Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi ‘not anechoic’ according to Iraqi Kurd groups in Syria
Iraqi Kurds who are battling the jihadis in Iraq participate in claimed the leader of the terror group is still alive.
Baghdadi’s stated death as a result of an airstrike in Syria, was initially reported by the Russian non-native ministry and was apparently confirmed in a report from Reuters.
But doubt is now being spread in the thick of reports that al-Baghdadi has gone into hiding.
An Iraqi inside ministry told Al-Arabiya the terrorist group head is «likely motionless alive and hiding near Raqqa”.
ISIS ruler Quick? Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in hiding near Raqqa — troops claim
Baghdadi is positively alive. He is not dead. We have information that he is alive. We believe 99 per cent he is living
Later A top Kurdish counter-terrorism official said: “(I am) 99 per cent unfaltering that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was alive and unearthed south of the Syrian city of Raqqa, after reports that he had been ended.»
Lahur Talabany told Reuters: «Baghdadi is definitely alive. He is not worn out. We have information that he is alive. We believe 99 per cent he is active.
“Don’t forget his roots go back to al Qaeda days in Iraq. He was hiding from guarantee services. He knows what he is doing.»
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ISIS begged the news of their leader’s death after Daesh continued to waste ground in western Mosul to Iraqi forces, backed by the West.
The timing adds to glimmers his demise has been faked.
After the reports of the leader’s death, ISIS has been mtier for “lone wolf” across the West.
Last week, on the anniversary of the Satisfactory attack, two women from Germany were killed after six in the flesh were stabbed on a beach in Egypt.
An Egyptian security official referenced by Associated Press said the victims of the attack included the two Ukrainian out-of-towners, three from Serbia and one from Poland. It is believed the Ukrainian victims were both spouses.
Raqqa is under siege by western-backed troops as ISIS endeavours escapes
But ISIS is falling apart in the Middle East as jihadis start out fleeing Syria, trying to dodge troops advancing to Raqqa.
Al-Sumaria Advice reported: «Daesh organisation (IS) circulated a brief statement through its ambiance in the (IS-held) town of Tal Afar in the west of Mosul, confirming the killing of its numero uno al-Baghdadi without giving further details.
«Daesh called on the (ISIS) up in arms to continue their steadfastness in the redoubts of the caliphate and not being dragged behind the rebellion.»
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Moscow has «no precise info on ISIL director al-Baghdadi’s death» despite the original announcement.