Abu Talha Al-Bahraini: A Bahraini ISIS Militant killed in Syria’s Aleppo
2015-06-05 - 10:31 م
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini extremist Mohammed Al-Binali, one of the militants of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), announced the death of his friend Abu Talha Al-Bahraini stating that it took place during a battle in the northern countryside of Aleppo.
Al-Binali tweeted on his personal account Wednesday (June 3, 2015): "I would like to convey to you the good news of the martyrdom of the beloved Abu Talha Al Bahraini in the northern countryside," attaching a photo of him with the deceased to the tweet.
Al-Binali added that "Abu Talha Al-Bahraini" used to earn a salary that amounts to 3,000 USD in Bahrain (approximately 1,100 BD), yet he decided to immigrate to "the land of Islam in order to live under the Islamic law and fight the enemies of the sect."
كان راتبه شهريا بمعدل 3000 دولار، تركه وخرج مهاجرا إلى دار الإسلام ليعيش تحت أحكام الشريعة ويقاتل أعداء الملة #استشهاد_أبوطلحة_البحريني— محمد البنعلي (@a_ma9ma9m) June 3, 2015
Another ISIS advocate, under the alias "Nassar", posted a photo of Abu Talha Al-Bahraini saying it was taken "before the battle and before he was killed."
"Nassar" posted another tweet with a photo he claimed was of Abu Talha Al-Bahraini after being killed. In the tweet he stated: "From the state of goodness to the state of blessing, then the state of Islam. He was killed while fighting for the sake of Allah in Aleppo."
التعليقات المنشورة لا تعبر بالضرورة عن رأي الموقع
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