Tunisian jihadi Abu Ali al-Tunisi, in bill of ISIS operations close to group’s de fact capital Raqqa, was extinguished by fellow militants after a dispute over the direction the depraved organisation was enchanting.
The senior commander was reportedly gunned down by rebel extremists in his car along with two certainty guards.
Local activist Ammar al-Hassan said al-Tunisi was “maligned by a group of ISIS militants who used to fight under his command in the northern countryside of Raqqa”.
Three fighters believed to be behind the shooting were afterwards arrested, ARA News reported.
Mr al-Hassan added: “Clashes bankrupt out among the militants after the death of al-Tunisi, until the ISIS-led Islamic Protect intervened and arrested at least three of those responsible for the commander’s annihilation.”
An increasingly desperate ISIS has also been rocked by fresh defections in Syria after dozens of ISIS at wars fled extremist-held territory in the northern countryside surrounding besieged Aleppo on Saturday.
The power rebel group in the area was said to have arranged the mass defection of about 40 jihadis, who are being closely monitored to ensure they do not initiation an undercover attack on behalf of ISIS.
Meanwhile, the depraved jihadi organisation has been faked to slash their fighters’ y as the group is increasingly crippled by depleted lolly reserves.
ISIS’s so-called treasury de rtment, the Bayt Mal al-Muslimeen, articulate salaries for its foreign fighters were being cut by up to 50 per cent in the thick of the global downturn.
In a document posted online, it said: “On account of the aberrant circumstances the Islamic State is facing, it has been decided to reduce the compensations that are id to all mujahideen by half.
“It is not allowed for anyone to be exempted from this arbitration, whatever his position.”