People in the city of al-Mayadeen in eastern Syria found the hanging body of notorious ISIL ringleader, Abu Zaid Tunissi, with a letter warning the terrorists to leave Deir Ezzor province.
Fars News English reports:
According to the sources, al-Tunissi was in charge of finding and punishing those who violate ISIL’s Wahhabi-Takfiri rules.
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Tunissi’s unknown executors hung his body in a street in al-Mayadeen city, Eastern Syria.
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Sources said that a note was left with Tunissi which threatened the ISIL to retreat from Deir Ezzur.
In relevant developments in the Eastern province on Friday, a senior ISIL commander and at least 40 of his comrades were killed when their attacks on government forces’ positions near Deir Ezzur were repelled by the Syrian Army men.
The ISIL launched a large-scale offensive on the pro-government forces strongholds near al-Sina’ah industrial area near the Western bank of the Euphrates River.
The ISIL began with the usual VBIED (vehicle borne improvised explosive device) attack that was thwarted by the Syrian soldiers before it could reach its intended target.
The ISIL lost over 40 militants during this failed assault, including their field commander Yahya Al-Ansari and several of his foreign men.
ISIS execute one of their own on charges of spying in northern Syria, according to Abna24:
The city of Jarablus has been under ISIS control for more than a year.
Local media activist Nasser Taljbini said that after Friday’s prayers, ISIS militants shot dead one of their own in a public square in the city of Jarablus.
“The ISIS-led Hisba Police had arrested the militant earlier on Thursday after accusing him of spying for the rebel groups operating in northern Aleppo,” he reported.
Taljbini pointed out that a masked member from the Sharia Court in Jarablus explained the reason behind executing the suspect militant, arguing he had suspicious links with anti-ISIS forces.
The ISIS-masked man read a statement before executing his fellow member, saying that the suspect was belonging to the so-called “Awakening group” fighting alongside the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) and other allied groups, saying “he was leaking information about coordinates of the group’s headquarters in the city”.
The Sharia Court convicted the militant of “high treason”, reciting Quranic verses.
“Also, the executed fighter had refused to participate in fighting the Syrian opposition factions,” according to eyewitnesses.
In the meantime, several Syrian groups, including factions, announced late on Thursday the expulsion of ISIS extremists from the town of al-Raee [35 km to the west of Jarablus] in northern Aleppo.
ISIS leadership believes that some of its militants and locals are leaking security information about the group’s movements to its enemies. Arbitrary arrests and public executions have mounted, and every citizen is being deemed a suspect in the areas under the group’s control, according to local sources.
The terrorist group had also executed hundreds of civilians across Syria and Iraq on various charges like witchcraft, homosexual acts and cooperating with the coalition forces.
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