An unknown sniper is killing the leadership of Daesh (as ISIS hates to be called) in Libya.
According to the UK's Mirror, a mysterious assassin strikes fear in the hearts of the terrorist group's leadership in the Libyan coastal city of Sirte. So far, the dark knight has killed three Daesh commanders in Sirte, which is former dictator Muammar Qaddafi's hometown that was captured by Daesh last year.
The terror organization's fighter are tearing the city apart, looking for the one they call "Daesh Hunter."
He first killed Hamad Abdel Hady on January 13th. Hady was a Sudanese national nicknamed Abu Anas Al-Muhajer, an official in the city's Sharia Court.
"State of terror prevailed among the IS ranks after the death of Al-Muhajer," said Libya Prospect. "They randomly shot in the air to scare inhabitants, while searching for the sniper."
Next came Abu Mohammed Dernawi, six days later, near his home. On January 23 Abdullah Hamad al Ansari, a commander from southern Libya, got his.
The three places in Sirte where a sniper has *allegedly* shot men of the Islamic state in the last 10 days https://t.co/LWEUPzXVxF— Daniele Raineri (@Daniele Raineri)1453798685.0
Like Musa the Sniper during last year's siege in Kobani, the mysterious sniper has become a folk hero among the citizen of the city.