Abdul Qader Saleh
|Abdul Qader Saleh|
|Native name||Arabic: عبد القادر صالح|
17 November 2013 (age 33–34)|
|Years of service||2012–13|
Abdul Qader Saleh (Arabic: عبد القادر صالح, Abdul Qader Saleh; 1979 – 17 November 2013), also known as Haji Mare', was one of the founding commanders of the Tawhid Brigade. A merchant from the town of Mare' north of Aleppo, He was married and had five children.
After taking part in the formation of the Tawhid Brigade in July 2012, Saleh led the brigade and other rebel groups to capture half of Aleppo at the beginning of the Battle of Aleppo. A member of the Supreme Military Council, Saleh had survived at least two assassination attempts. He died on 17 November 2013 in Gaziantep, Turkey, as a result of wounds sustained during an air raid on the Infantry Academy of al-Muslimiyah, north of Aleppo.
- Syrian rebel leader Abdelqader Saleh dead after air raid (The National), 18 November 2013
- Syrian rebel leader killed in Assad air strike (The Telegraph), 18 November 2013
- عبد القادر الصالح, (Al Jazeera), 18 November 2013
- Top Syrian rebel commander dies from wounds (Reuters), 18 November 2013
- Syrian rebel leader Abdul Qader Saleh dies of injuries sustained in airstrike (Washington Post), 18 November 2013
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