バグダーディが脳死状態? イラクの情報機関の話は信ぴょう性が低いが: ずくなしの冷や水

2018年10月11日

バグダーディが脳死状態? イラクの情報機関の話は信ぴょう性が低いが

FARSNEWS2018/10/10
ISIL Leader Baghdadi Orders 320 Members to Be Killed for Disloyalty
TEHRAN (FNA)- ISIL Terrorist Group's Chief Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has called on hundreds of followers to be executed for disloyalty to the group.
Massdar news reported that Baghdadi ordered 320 members of the terrorist group to be executed for disloyalty in Syria and Iraq.
It further said that Baghdadi “issued an order to kill 320 of his followers for their betrayal of the ISIL and their recklessness, a matter which inflicted heavy losses on the group in both Iraq and Syria.”
According to the sources, there are high-profile commanders on Baghdadi’s list, including Abu al-Baraa al-Ansari, Sief al-Din al-Iraqi, Abu Otham al-Tal Afari, Abu Iman al-Mowahed and Marawan Hadid al-Suri.
This execution order comes just a week after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) carried out a large-scale assault on the ISIL's positions near the key border-town of Albu Kamal in Southeastern Syria.

FARSNEWS2018/8/13
Iraqi Intelligence: ISIL's Baghdadi in Loss of Brain Function
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraqi intelligence sources claimed that ISIL terrorist group's Chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has lost his brain functioning, adding that rifts are widening more than ever over his successor.

The Arabic-language Sumeriyeh news quoted the Iraqi sources as reporting that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has lost his brain functioning due to the injuries he sustained in an Iraqi air raid on ISIL commanders' meeting in Syria in June, adding that Baghdadi cannot move.

It further said that Baghdadi's health condition which means his actual death has intensified unprecedented differences and rows among ISIL commanders over appointing his successor.

The news website further said that some of the non-Iraqi commanders of ISIL have picked up Abu Othman Tunisi as Baghdadi's successor, while Iraqi commanders of the terrorist group have voiced strong opposition to his election.

A report said in May that ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi - still the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million bounty on his head - was believed to be very much at large, quite possibly in a desert area of Syria.

Multiple officials said Baghdadi was likely sheltering in a remaining ISIL bastion in the Euphrates River Valley on the Syrian side of the border with Iraq, Fox News reported.

“The last information we have is he is in Al-Hajin in Syria, 18 miles from the border in Deir Ezzur province,” Abu Ali al-Basri, director-general of the intelligence and counter-terrorism office at the Iraqi Ministry of Interior, told Fox News.

Al-Basri added that fresh information about Baghdadi's whereabouts came as recently as the last couple of days, and was being used conduct a “multi-force raid” with Russian, Syrian and Iranian troops.

Iraqi Defense Ministry Spokesman Brig. Gen. Yahya Rasool confirmed to Fox that al-Baghdadi was thought to be alive, and that he might be located in the border area East of the Euphrates River, possibly in the town of al-Shadaddah in al-Hasaka province in Northeastern Syria.

"It's not difficult for him to hide in the Syrian desert," the officer added.

Experts also stressed that Baghdadi might not have any contact with other ISIL members, and never remains in areas when the fighting or strikes become too intense.

The Iraqi air force stepped up its attacks against ISIL targets in Syria.


AMN2018/8/13
Baghdadi seriously wounded by Iraqi airstrikes in Syria – Sumaria TV
Leader of the Daesh terrorist group Abu Bakr Baghdadi is bedridden after a serious injury and does not lead the group, Alsumaria broadcaster reported Monday citing an intelligence source.

The Alsumaria broadcaster reported that Baghdadi was wounded in June during an attack by the Iraqi Air Force on one of the Daesh-controlled Syrian villages. Several terrorists were killed, the rest, including the leader, were heavily injured.

The media also revealed that the non-Iraqi Daesh militants put forward another terrorist − Abu Usman al-Tunisi, who, judging by the nickname, is a native of Tunisia, to lead the group but faced protests from the Iraqi members.
Baghdadi’s death has been reported numerous times in recent years, but the terrorist leader has reemerged each time.
In June, the Russian Defense Ministry said that Baghdadi could have been killed as a result of a strike by the Russian Aerospace Forces on May 28, 2017 in the southern suburb of Raqqa.
But in September, an alleged audio recording of Baghdadi emerged, casting fresh doubt on whether the terrorist leader is currently dead or alive.
Sources: Al-Sumaria TV, Sputnik

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