(Syria News) Two Jihadi brits belonging to the Islamic State group were killed, on Saturday, by an air strike carried out by the international coalition warplanes on Jayb Hajin area, east of the Euphrates, the last stronghold of ISIS in Syria.
Pro-ISIS Twitter accounts mourned the two jihadists, Nasser Ahmed Muthanna, nicknamed “Abu Muthanna al-Yemeni” and Siddhartha Dhar, nicknamed “Abu Rumaysa al-Britany”, while pointed out that they were killed by a coalition air strike on east of the Euphrates.
Abu Muthanna al Yemeni – from Britain pic.twitter.com/nKQQIqMqz9
— Tore Hamming (@ToreRHamming) 19 October 2018
Meanwhile, the British researcher Charles Lister explained that the killing of the two jihadists will be an important event in the UK.
He also added that the Jihadi Siddhartha Dhar was a close aide to the ISIS leader Anjem Choudary, who fled the UK and joined the “Islamic State” group, and later was described as a global terrorist by the United States.
The death of Siddhartha Dhar would be a significant story for the UK – he’d been a close aide to al-Muhajiroun leader Anjem Choudary.
He fled the UK while on bail, amid an investigation into his public support of #ISIS.
He was later designated as a global terrorist by the U.S. pic.twitter.com/cBm7UvCc9T
— Charles Lister (@Charles_Lister) 19 October 2018
It is noteworthy that the offensive of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continue on the last ISIS stronghold, located on east of the Euphrates, without any notable advance, while Britain, along with other countries participating in the International coalition, is carrying out air strikes on the Islamic State in both Syria and Iraq.