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ISIS Confirms Leader al-Baghdadi Has Been Killed

ISIS Confirms Leader al-Baghdadi Has Been Killed

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One month after Russia reported that it had likely killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a May airstrike in Syria, moments ago ISIS declared that its supreme leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has died, Al Masdar news reported, with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights telling Reuters it has “confirmed information” of his death.

According to AMN, ISIS gunmen issued a brief statement announcing that their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead and the name of the “new caliph”, and adds that some Iranian media outlets earlier circulated images confirming al-Baghdadi’s death. The terrorist group, which recently lost its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, said it will soon announce a successor to Baghdadi.

“Daesh organisation (IS) circulated a brief statement through its media in the (IS-held) town of Tal Afar in the west of Mosul, confirming the killing of its leader al-Baghdadi without giving further details,” Xinhua news agency cited Iraqi news agency al-Sumaria News as saying.

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  1. Probably not going to be 72 virgins in the especially hot corner of Hell reserved for this butcher. Too bad, so sad.

    1. …he’ll be with his buds who raped, mutilated, and murdered children of both sexes…. what perverse beliefs their eternal end includes 72 virgins as a reward? Only problem is those 72 virgins will be untouchable in order to remain virgins for eternity. What a stupid ridiculus belief system. Otherwise, for eternity, 72 virgins would in their practice be virgins but a day.

  2. Isn’t this the 3rd or 4th time Baghdadis been killed? I can’t help but to wonder what genius come up with that name.

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