ISIS Offers $500,000 Reward for Head of Jeish Al-Fatah’s Religious Leader
Media sources disclosed on Wednesday that the ISIS terrorist group has offered a half-a-million dollar reward for any one that can assassinate Abdullah Muhammad al-Muhaysini, the religious leader of the Jeish al-Fatah coalition of terrorist groups.
The Arabic language al-Nashra news agency quoted sources privy to ISIS (ISIL, IS, Daesh) as saying that the Takfiri terrorist group in a statement has offered a sum of $ 500,000 reward for the killer of Muhaysini, the Saudi national Mufti (religious judge) of Jeish al-Fatah.
The ISIL released Muhaysini's photo and his full name, Abdullah Bin Muhammad Bin Suleiman al-Muhaysini, underling in the statement that Muhaysini is now in Idlib.
In August, al Muhaysini once again acknowledged alarming widening rifts among the militants in Aleppo.
"The differences have gone to the extremes," Muhaysini was quoted as saying by Oqat al-Sham news agency at the time.
He called for banishing the terrorist groups which were sowing differences among militants in Aleppo, and said, "We are not under such conditions to be envied by others given the growing rifts."
In April, one of the senior field commanders of the ISIL terrorist group was killed in clashes with the al-Nusra Front in the Palestinian Yarmouk Refugee Camp.
The ISIL accused al-Nusra Front of killing three of its fighters, including the groups' commander in Yarmouk camp Abu Dawoud al-Yamani.
Al-Yamani was originally from the capital's suburban region of Hujirah.
Source: Al Alam