Libyan ISIS chiefs are reportedly living in fear after a mystery sniper took out three of the terrorist groupâ€™s leaders within 10 days of each other.
The leaders, according to the Daily Mail, were killed one-by-one in the city of Sirte, which the terrorist group took control of in 2015. A long-range marksman is said to have taken them out, prompting ISIS fighters to engage in a manhunt for the mystery shooter dubbed the â€śDaesh Hunter.â€ť
A witness said that ISIS is currently in â€śa state of terror.â€ť
â€śThey randomly shot in the air to scare inhabitants, while searching for the sniper,â€ť the witness added.
The first ISIS leader to be killed was Hamad Abdel Hady, a Sudanese national killed on Jan. 13.
The most recent death by the sniper is rumored to be Abdullah Hamad al Ansari, a high-level commander from Libya who was shot dead while leaving a mosque Jan. 23.