A prominent leader calls for striking the neck of Baghdadi and repudiating his sale

A prominent leader calls for striking the neck of Baghdadi and repudiating his sale

2019/3/25 14:08

A prominent leader calls for striking the neck of Baghdadi and repudiating his sale[Follow-up] The
face of a senior leader in calling for the elements of the terrorist organization to renounce the sale of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the organization, and “hit his neck” to be an example of others, while conflicting news about the whereabouts of al-Baghdadi.
The call of Abu Muhammad al-Husseini al-Hashemi, who held important positions in Daqash, who is believed to be Baghdadi’s cousin, was in a new book entitled “Stop hands on Beadah al-Baghdadi.” In addition to the abuses revealed by the book, its publication at this time sheds light on a frenzied struggle within the organization that could lead to an assassination attempt on its leader by one of his men.

The book, which consists of 231 pages and was reviewed and submitted by two other leaders of the organization, namely Abu Abdul Rahman al-Mardawi and Khubab al-Jazrawi, reveals that al-Baghdadi killed many “jurists and jihadists” who pledged to him and moved from al-Qaeda to his group after the establishment of his state Allegedly by occupying vast areas of Iraq and Syria.

There were conflicting reports about al-Baghdadi’s whereabouts, whether he was alive or dead, because he had only been shown with vocal recordings since the Caliphate was declared. After the battles fought by Syria’s democratic forces, he was “supported” by the US-led coalition against the “Daqsh” organization in his last stronghold in the eastern province of Baguoz. The fate of his leader Abdullah al-Ibrahim Awad al-Samarrai, known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is unclear.

The newspaper “Sunday Times” confirmed in a report published in March, that the elements of the “Daash” feel “deep anger and disappointment,” because their leader disappeared in the desert instead of taking part in the last battle of the organization in the town of Bagouz.

“Baghdadi is hiding somewhere, and people are angry,” the Sunday Times quoted an Iraqi reporter as saying in an interview with a Canadian duplicitous element detained by Syria’s Democratic forces.

A source close to the US forces in Iraq that al-Baghdadi is trying to rearrange the ranks of the organization’s militants using the desert of Anbar, a new camp for the organization.

The Guardian newspaper published a report that included an exclusive interview by its correspondent Martin Schloof in Syria with an eyewitness entitled: “I saw the leader of the Islamic State Organization with my eyes,” in February, the witness confirmed that the foreign elements of the organization, “Dahesh” fought a battle that continued Two days against the guards of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but these people lost the battle and killed.

The writer Farouk Hussein sees that “the reported news about Baghdadi was nothing but speculation, and the Iraqi military intelligence services skilled in tracking its steps without succeeding in winning it.”

“There are two possibilities with regard to the news, either false or misleading, which is in the wars, or that these intelligence services were not allowed to approach the precious man,” Farouk Hussein said in an article published Saturday on Middle East Online. Even if guided to its place. ”

He explains that al-Baghdadi disappeared from the screens that appeared on him once, but did he disappear from the reality in which he played a virtual role, and was a comma between two dates ?.

Al-Baghdadi was born in 1971 in the Iraqi city of Samarra in Anbar province. He holds a doctorate in forensic science. He was arrested and imprisoned in Boca prison, which was run by the Americans in Iraq. He was one of al-Qaeda fighters in Iraq. And later on sites belonging to the Iraqi government.