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Prominent Turkish-Backed Syrian Commander Killed In Libya


On May 30, the Libyan National Army (LNA) announced that its units had eliminated a prominent Turkish-backed Syrian commander.

According to the army, the commander, Murad Abu Hamoud al-Azizi, was killed during clashes on a highway leading to the Tripoli International Airport, a few kilometres south of the capital.

Al-Azizi was leading militants from the Sultan Murad Division in Libya. The group is one of the Turkish-backed factions which deployed militants in Libya to support the Government of National Accord (GNA) upon Turkey’s order.

In the last few weeks, the army eliminated several Syrian commanders. One of them was Mohamed Hindawi who was commanding the 2nd Corps of Turkish-backed Syrian militants in Libya.

According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a total of 331 Syrian militants have been killed while fighting for the GNA in Libya thus far. At least 13 militants, including two children, were killed in the last few days only.

Despite the recent losses, Turkey is working to send even more Syrian militants to Libya. Around 2,300 recruits are now receiving training in Turkey ahead of deployment.




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  • Liberal guy

    Bye scum

  • Mustafa Mehmet


    • shylockracy

      You spelt terrorist wrong. Don’t the CIA teach their jiahdis proper English?

      • Jens Holm

        Here in Denmark “spelt” is some kind of wheat very good for bread.


        Eaten bread is named as expelled.

        • good american

          You of all people giving spelling and English language lessons?

          • Jens Holm

            Haha. I am like that. If needed they come right from my behind. A dirty one is defining all muslims as in sects.

  • Chinese Dog

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    Get readily the Chinese are gonna get fucked :D