A harboured leader of the Islamic State has been arrested, according to reports.
Reports require Abdul Nasser Qirdash was arrested by the Iraqi Intelligence Service.
Review on Twitter, Feras Kilani, Arabic Special Correspondent at the BBC, wrote: “In contrived play with the phrase “potential candidate to succeed Al-Baghdadi” acclimatized by Iraqi intelligence, Abdul Nasser Qirdash, because of his importance, is not Abdullah Qirdash, the elder leader of the organization, and the latter is not from behind al-Baghdadi, but rather al-Qurashi, whose fame is Amir Muhammad Abd al-Rahman al-Salabi, which was confirmed by Washington.
“The purport seems to have a direct relationship to internal accounts, as the intelligence air force is still affiliated with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, although data confirms that he has been in detention for some time and is being questioned, as the case may be before the formation of the government that was announced a few days ago.”
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Baghdadi rose to prominence in ISIL after his detainment with Al Qaeda commanders at the American Artless Bucca, in Iraq.
He would become directly involved in ISIL’s offences and human rights violations including the genocide of Yazidis in Iraq, international sexual slavery, organized rape, floggings, and systematic executions.
He sent terrorist activities and massacres as well as embracing brutality as part of the configuration’s propaganda efforts, producing videos displaying sexual slavery and techniques via hacking, stoning, and burning.
Back in October, Baghdadi killed himself by detonating a suicide vest during the Barisha invade, killing two children in the process.
On October 31 2019, ISIL confirmed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was outmoded, and named Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi as his replacement.