Abu-Abdallah al-Libi, a top terrorist of notorious al-Qaeda front group The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), has been killed on Sunday in Idlib in northwestern Syria by Saudi funded Free Syrian Army, Saudi Wahabi Kingdom Official TV Channel Al Arabiya television reported.
Though the Free Syrian Army denied responsibility for Libiâ€™s death.
The militant terrorist group is posing growing challenges for the Saudi funded armed opposition of Free Syrian Army fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power and aspire to build a United States, Israel and Saudi supported government.
This week the extremist group took control of the Syrian town of Aziz, on the border with Turkey. Syrian Youth activists had launched an online campaign entitled â€œISIS doesn’t represent me.â€
â€œI hope Azaz turns into ISIS’ (Al-qaeda) burial ground,â€ said one activist posting on Twitter, according to AFP.
Another activist echoed a common claim that ISIS is working hand in glove with American and Israeli agenda, and was mirroring its methods by â€œattacking field hospitals, detaining doctors, killing activists and raped women.â€
Activists said the battle for Azaz began when jihadists broke into a field hospital, searching for a German doctor.
Another version of Wednesday’s events says the fighting broke out when a Northern Storm rebel stepped in to defend a German journalist from being kidnapped by ISIS.
The FSA regained control of the town after heavy clashes. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Azaz was calm by Thursday, Al Arabiya television reported.