Pictures: IED explosion targets jihadi foreign commander in Idlib city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Pictures: IED explosion targets jihadi foreign commander in Idlib city

Syrian Observatory activists have reported hearing a loud explosion in Idlib city this morning. The explosion was caused by detonating an IED in the vehicle of a foreign commander of Jihadi groups. The commander sustained injuries and was taken later to the hospital.

This attack comes as a part of security chaos in areas under control of HTS and factions in Idlib province and surrounding areas.

SOHR sources documented on Friday the assassination of an HTS commander who was in charge of the security forces in western countryside of Aleppo, as unknown assailants shot him dead on Al Atareb-Al Sahara road in the western countryside of Aleppo.

As more fatalities were documented, the number of people who have been killed in the countryside of Idlib, Aleppo, and Hama since the 26th of April 2018, the start date of the date of starting the security chaos to be escalated in these provinces, rose to 627. They were assassinated by bomb attacks, IED detonations, gunfire, abductions and then killing and throwing the bodies in remote areas. The fatalities were distributed as follows:

A fighter in Turkistan Islamic Party

The wife of an Uzbek commander and another child was with her

The attorney-general of the Ministry of Justice of the Salvation Government

179 civilians, including 22 children and 18 women

380 fighters of Syrian nationality belong to Hayyaat Tahrir al-Sham, al-Sham Corps, the Islamic Movement of Ahrar al-Sham, Jaysh al-Izza, and other factions operating in Idlib

68 fighters of Somali, Uzbek, Asian, Gulf, Jordanian, Turkish and Caucasian nationalities.

Meanwhile, the assassination attempts have injured tens of people with varying severity.

“SOHR camera” in Idlib city captures the vehicle in which an IED exploded.

عدسة المرصد السوري ترصد السيارة التي انفجرت بها عبوة ناسفة في مدينة إدلب

Posted by ‎المرصد السوري‎ on Sunday, April 19, 2020

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