Post by sevenofnine on Apr 21, 2015 16:31:26 GMT -5
Potential good news HERE
The leader of Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been seriously wounded in an air strike in western Iraq, sources have told the Guardian.
A source in Iraq with connections to the terror group revealed that Baghdadi suffered serious injuries during an attack by the US-led coalition in March. The source said Baghdadi’s wounds were at first life-threatening, but he has since made a slow recovery. He has not, however, resumed day-to-day control of the organisation.
Baghdadi’s wounding led to urgent meetings of Isis leaders, who initially believed he would die and made plans to name a new leader.
Two separate officials – a western diplomat and an Iraqi adviser – separately confirmed the strike took place on 18 March in the al-Baaj a district of Nineveh, close to the Syrian border. There had been two previous reports in November and December of Baghdadi being wounded, though neither was accurate.
Post by sevenofnine on Apr 28, 2015 17:33:18 GMT -5
That what I reported on old fresh hope forum RIGHT
Following reports by Iranian and Iraqi media that Islamic State leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had suffered critical injuries in Iraq, unsubstantiated rumors have now surfaced that al-Baghdadi has been declared "clinically dead" by Israeli physicians in the Golan Heights.
Iran's state FARS news, quoting two Iraqi media outlets, claimed that the spiritual and military leader of the self-styled caliphate had been injured in Western Iraq during an assault by Iraqi and Shi'ite forces on March 18 and that he had somehow been transferred to the Israeli Golan Heights, where surgeons and physicians had declared him clinically dead.
However, various claims of how exactly al-Baghdadi was injured last month have rendered the truth elusive. In March, the British daily, the Guardian quoted an Iraqi political adviser, Hisham al-Hashimi, and an unnamed Western diplomat as claiming that al-Baghdadi suffered life-threatening injuries during a US airstrike in the Nineveh region, close to the Syrian border.
Post by sevenofnine on May 1, 2015 10:48:20 GMT -5
WOW I didn't know he was in back of Baltmore Police van
The head of the Islamic State is still incapacitated from a spinal injury, and the new leader of the terrorist group is intent on "fighting back" against Europe, according to a new report by Martin Chulov in The Guardian.
Kareem Shaheen at The Guardian had previously reported that the "caliph" was injured so badly he could barely move.
He was reportedly wounded in an airstrike by the US-led coalition in March.
Several sources told Chulov that Baghdadi's injuries are so serious that he might never be able to lead ISIS again.
Hasn't something like this already happened?
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