TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior terrorist commander from Bahrain was killed in Aleppo province, media reports said Saturday.
Abu al-Mosana al-Bahraini, a notorious Takfiri terrorist commander, was killed in heavy clashes with the Syrian army in the Southern part of Aleppo on Saturday.
Tens of Bahraini terrorists have been killed so far fighting along the ISIL and al-Nusra Front terrorist groups in Syria.
Bahrain is one of the financial sponsors of the ISIL terrorist group and it openly collects aids for the group and ISIL supporters have regular conventions in the tiny island nation whose Saudi-backed rulers have been suppressing their own people's revolution in the last several years.
In November, a prominent Bahraini political analyst warned of Saudi Arabia's increased interference in his country, and said evidence shows that Riyadh is seeking to bring a Wahhabi regime to power.
"At present, Saudi Arabia's meddling in Bahrain has increased and it will further exacerbate given the growing corruption among the al-Khalifa rulers," Mahdi al-Moussavi told FNA.
He warned that Saudi Arabia is seeking to strengthen and enhance the status of those political parties which are favored by Riyadh in a bid to achieve the said goal.
"The main component of the Saudis' policy in Bahrain is creation of a coalition government under the control of extremist Wahhabis," Moussavi said.