However, speaking to ITV News his half brother Safwan says he is still alive, but until now wanted to remain anonymous while supporting Syrian rebel groups. It's thought Ali lost his passport before the ambush and it ended up in the hands of the Syrian government.
Ali Al Manasfi also wanted to speak out about various reports which referred to him as a "terrorist", where he in fact considered himself a freedom fighter.
More top news
Although Israel was widely believed to have been behind the airstrike on September 6, it has never before commented publicly on it.
Top temperatures of 12 Celsius (54 F).
Sarah Sanders, the White House spokeswoman, acknowledged that the attack wasn’t even mentioned in the phone call.