Syrian hostile to ISIS Journalist and narrative movie producer assasinated in Turkey

Syrian anti-ISIS Journalist and documentary film maker assasinated in Turkey

A prominent Syrian journalist and documentary film maker known for his anti-Daesh/ISIS films has been assassinated in Turkey's Southern Anatolia region. (Daesh is a terrorist group affiliated to the Islamic State.)
Naji al-Jarf, editor-in-chief of the Hentah monthly, was shot in the head with a silenced handgun by unknown assailants near the Syrian border in the Turkish town of Gaziantep on Sunday, December 27 and died after being transferred to hospital.
A noticeable Syrian writer and narrative movie producer known for his hostile to Daesh/ISIS movies has been killed in Turkey's Southern Anatolia locale. (Daesh is a terrorist bunch associated to the Islamic State.)

Naji al-Jarf, editorial manager in-head of the Hentah month to month, was shot in the head with a quieted handgun by obscure aggressors close to the Syrian outskirt in the Turkish town of Gaziantep on Sunday, December 27 and kicked the bucket in the wake of being exchanged to doctor's facility.

Esin E., a companion revealed on twitter that al-Jarf was allowed haven in France and was move there with his family today, Monday, December 29.

"Naji Jerf was killed today in Gaziantep. He and his family had been allowed haven in France,&were to leave tomorrow. We 're all in stun." he tweeted.

As an examination was being completed into the episode, a Daesh supporter allegedly credited the executing to the terrorist bunch on online networking.

As per New York-based NGO Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Jerf had as of late coordinated and delivered a film archiving the slaughtering of Syrian activists by Daesh terrorists amid their control of the Syrian city of Aleppo in 2013 and 2014.

"We approach Turkish powers to convey the enemies of Naji Jerf to equity quickly and straightforwardly, and to venture up measures to ensure all Syrian writers on Turkish soil," said the charitable's territorial organizer.

The 38-year-old father of two, was from the western Syrian city of al-Salamiyah.

Daesh has seized parts of Iraq and Syria, where it does the heft of its exercises. It has been occupied with bleeding demonstrations of terrorism against individuals of all groups in the territories under its control.