Two days after the killing of “jihadist” leaders… airstrikes by unknown warplanes again near Sarmada

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
Violent Explosions shook the northern countryside of Idlib, intersecting sources informed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the explosions were caused by airstrikes carried out by warplanes that still unknown until now on areas near the town of Sarmada, which is near the Syrian – Turkish border, the preliminary information reported that they targeted a headquarters of one of the faction of Jaish al-Fateh, where smoke was seen rising from the bombing area, and it is not known until the moment of the number of casualties caused by the bombing.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had documented the death of 8 fighters and leaders who were killed on the 1st of January 2017, they were killed in airstrikes that targeted cars they were traveling on at the road of Sarmada – Hazano, and the road of Sarmada – Bab Al-Hawa in the northern countryside of Idlib, and within who were confirmed dead there are 3 leaders in the “jihadist” factions which operate on the Syrian territory, they are Abu Mu’tasim al-Dairi of Syrian nationality and Abu Khattab al-Qahtani the leader in “Al-Qaeda” who previously fought in Afghanistan, Yemen and then moved to Syria, and Abu Omar al-Turkestani who is one of top ten leading “jihadists” in Syria, and one of the four most prominent leaders of the Islamic Turkestan Party, where most of the bodies were blackened except for the body of Abu Omar Turkestani, it was not burned.

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