Jabhat al-Nusra, otherwise called al-Nusra Front, wrecked a place of worship to a Sunni priest inherent the thirteenth century in the city of Nawa, southwestern Syria.
LAGOS, January 8 (Ooduarere) – Terrorists subsidiary with the al-Qaeda branch Jabhat al-Nusra have wrecked a place of worship to a Sunni priest built in the thirteenth century in the city of Nawa, southwestern Syria, Sana news agency has reported.
The terrorists exploded influential explosives, harming substantial parts of the religious landmark, the new agency said on Wednesday. The altar had a place with Imam Nawawi, a conspicuous Islamic researcher.
The gathering has awhile ago harmed different religious destinations in distinctive Syrian urban areas, including Aleppo, Homs and Deir Ezzor.
Jabhat al-Nusra, otherwise called al-Nusra Front, was built in January 2012 and has since been battling against the Syrian government. The jihadists plan to improve of the part of Islam in the Syrian clash with the consequent building of an Islamic caliphate, which would incorporate Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories.