On October 14, as a result of a strike by Russian aviation in the province of Homs, a militant group was liquidated along with the leader of the terrorist group Ahrar Al-Sham, a native of Chechnya, Abu Bakr Al-Shishani.
It should be noted that Al-Shishani was appointed the leader of this group relatively recently - after the destruction of Omar Mustafa, formerly head of "Ahrar Al-Sham", by divisions of the Syrian government army. In addition to Omar Mustafa, the Syrian special forces also liquidated his closest ally Abu Anas.
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“Ahrar Al-Sham” is one of the wings of the terrorist group “Jaish al-Fatah”. Militants of this wing were the most active terrorist activities in the provinces of Homs and Idlib. Last year, the Pentagon reported that air strikes of a “coalition” led by the United States were attacking the militants of the grouping. However, for some unknown reason, after these airstrikes, the militants took control of all new territories.