ISIS Prominent Judge Killed in Raqqa

ISIS Prominent Judge Killed in Raqqa

The coalition warplanes have killed a prominent ISIS leader who is believed to be in charge of IS Shari’a Court in the group’s de facto capital of Raqqa.

The coalition warplanes have killed a prominent ISIS leader who is believed to be in charge of IS Shari’a Court in the group’s de facto capital of Raqqa.

On April 10, the coalition fighter jets conducted airstrikes against IS positions in Syria and killed dozens of terrorists, including Fawaz Hassan, known as Abu Ali Sha’i, who was an IS Shari’a judge in Raqqa and responsible for hundreds, if not thousands, of executions in the city.

According to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the airstrikes have killed 24 IS insurgents, including Abu Ali Shari’a and two other IS leaders.

Arab media reported that Abu Ali Shari’a had previously taken pride in his brutal orders, and he personally executed more that 100 people in the area under his jurisdiction.



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