Damascus airstrikes kill Syrian rebel leader James Hawk December 26, 2015 Featured 2631 #Rebel #Leader #Beirut – Recent Russian airstrikes in the Syrian capital, Damascus, has lead to the killing of the Zahran Allouch, head of the Army of Islam, one of the most powerful insurgent groups backed by the Saudi Government to topple Assad off his throne. It’s not a good news as peace talks had begun in Geneva between opposition and government just a month ago. Meanwhile, Russian military emphasis will grow stronger, consequently. Syrian military has also been claiming the responsibility of killing Zahran Allouch, and according to SANA, the state-run news agency, it’s been announced categorically that Allouch got killed in Syrian army airstrike. According to Syrian army, the strikes were conducted after a planned aerial reconnaissance against the terrorist organisations like Army of Islam, Ahrar al-Sham and Faylaq-al Rahman that killed many other important commanders of the aforementioned terrorist organisations. The consequences of Allouch’s killing are indeterminable for now, as in the past, numerous others commanders have been killed also, including those from ultra-conservative military rebels Ahrar al-Sham. Allouch’s death arrived at the most inappropriate time as Army of Islam was ready to come to the tables for negotiation and planning of peace talks. Note All Content is Originally Written by TheGoodNation Staff, and property of TheGoodNation, Any use of this content is not allowed without the permission of TheGoodNation.