Since the death of Al-Baghdadi, about fifty “terrorists” eliminated in Syrian areas under Turkish occupation – ANHA | HAWARNEWS
It is no longer a secret that the Turkish-occupied areas of Syria, from Idlib through the northern and eastern countryside of Aleppo to the countryside areas of Hasaka and Raqqa, are the most important areas housing the leaders of ISIS, “Al-Qaeda” and other mercenary groups.
After the killing of ISIS mercenary leader “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi” on October 27, 2019, at the hands of the Global Coalition in a border area with the Iskenderun Brigade, north of Idlib, with the cooperation in the intelligence of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Coalition warplanes killed separately in the areas of influence of the Turkish occupation, 48 terrorists of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities, some of whom are IS leaders, “Guardians of Religion” and “Al-Qaeda” mercenaries, and others were all killed in these strikes which targeted the areas occupied by “Tahrir al-Sham” mercenaries and other mercenary groups of the Turkish occupation, starting from Idlib through the northern and eastern countryside of Aleppo, to the countryside areas of Raqqa and Hasaka, according to the Observatory.
The US Department of Defense announced last Tuesday; “The leader of the Islamic State mercenaries in Syria, “Maher Al-Aqal”, was killed and one of his main collaborators was seriously injured in a strike carried out by a US drone in the district of Janders , in the Turkish-occupied canton of Afrin.
killing “Al-Aqal” has drawn attention to Turkey, which hosts thousands of internationally wanted mercenaries in occupied areas of northern Syria. Those who have committed war massacres in Syria, Iraq and other countries.