Amer is a jihadist from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and fought in Syria with his SEVEN BROTHERS AND SISTERS: His men are now fleeing the hell of war
Over the past month, according to sources of the Western intelligence services, more than 300 Jihadists from Raka and Deir ez-Zor returned to EU countries, but also to Bosnia and Herzegovina through Turkey
Amer Dzinic from the village Osve near Maglaj has died as a member of so called Islamic State in Syria in the fight for the city Deir ez-Zor. The information was posted by Vecernji List, referring to Syrian security service information.
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The youngest brother Almir, who managed to escape Syria, was arrested at the airport Sarajevo in July last year after a warrant in his name issued by the court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) for organizing a terrorist group for terrorism.
He arrived in Sarajevo from Istanbul, where nobody stopped him, despite the published warrant.
Over the past month, according to sources of the Western intelligence services, more than 300 Jihadists from Raka and Deir ez-Zor returned to EU countries, but also to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) through Turkey.
A representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dmitry Feoktistov, said that it is just the matter of the day when the Islamic state will be driven out of Syria, confirming the fact that terrorists began to transfer funds from the territory under their control to other countries, including European.
According to a report of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Syrian army controls more than 85% of the Syrian territory after the victory in Deir ez-Zor.
The Syrian Army, the Hezbollah fighters, and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard headed for the city of Majadin, along with some parts of Rake, the last stronghold of terrorists in the Islamic state, after the liberation of Deir ez-Zor.
This city is specific because almost all fighters from BiH and the rest of the former Yugoslav countries are stationed here, alongside with the other fighters.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Srna)
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