The right hand of the leader of al-Qaeda Abu al-khayr al-Masri were killed in a missile attack in Idlib, Syria, according to multiple sources.
Two U.S. officials said al-Masri was killed in an attack on the part of the intelligence community of the United States. The British activist group the Syrian Observatory for human rights, or SOHR, reported that al-Masri was killed on Sunday. Several Syrian opposition activists also said that al-Masri was killed in the missile strike.
Abdullah al-Muhsini, a senior member of Jabhat Fatah al-sham, acknowledged the death of al-Masri, posted on his official channel telegrams. He said, "may Allah accept Abu al-Khair in heaven." Al-Muhsini is a prominent member of the inner leadership of Jabhat Fatah al-sham, which used to be known as al-Nusra a branch of al-Qaeda. Al-Nusra in Syria, separated from al-Qaeda last summer with the blessing of the leader of al-Qaeda's al-Zawahiri.
SOHR said that al-Masri, whose real name is Abdullah Muhammad Rajab Abd al-Rahman, who was a citizen of Egypt, was in the car near the camp of al-Masomah, when there was a missile strike. Civil defense in Syria, reported the incident and posted photos on your Facebook. The group reported that two people were killed in the crossfire, not to mention their names.
In 2005, Abdullah Muhammad Abd al-Rahman was appointed by the U.S. Treasury Department as a terrorist supporter. The Department said that he was responsible for coordinating the work of al-Qaeda with other terrorist organizations.
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