Three jihadists from post-Soviet countries were killed in Syria
Adam Shishani, Huraira Shishani and Muslim Shishani have ended their battle for jihad.
An unofficial media of the Islamic State* announced the death of 3 jihadists who came from the post-Soviet countries.
One of them was a high-ranking commander of the IS*. He was known as Adam Shishani, (real name Adam Gumanashvili). According to the Directorate 4 channel, he took part in major battles in Syria and Iraq as part of the Caucasian battalion of the IS*. There is evidence that Gumanashvili was close to Tarkhan Batarashvili (known as Umar ash-Shishani, the "minister of war of the Islamic State*).
Abu Hurair Shishani, a jihad veteran who fought in the Al-Aqsa battalion* since 2015, also died. During the attacks of the international coalition, Al-Aqsa* lost about 90% of its militants.
There is a third person from a post-Soviet country, Muslim Shishani, who has been killed in Syria.
* organizations banned in Russia
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