Libyan ISIS chiefs are reportedly living in fear after a mystery sniper took out three of the terrorist group’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 “Daesh Hunter.”
A witness said that ISIS is currently in “a state of terror.”
“They randomly shot in the air to scare inhabitants, while searching for the sniper,” 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.