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Monday, 28 October 2019

A big disclosure of Iraqi intelligence a close aide of Baghdadi had told about the hideout of Baghdadi



The US has killed ISIS terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He was killed in a tunnel near Barisha village in Idlib province, Sariya, on Saturday during an operation by the US military. Along with that, her three children are also killed. Iraqi intelligence sources have made a big disclosure about Baghdadi. Two officials of Iraqi intelligence sources have said that Iraqi intelligence teams, in search of hunting Baghdadi, gained a great deal of information in February 2018, when an IS militant and close cooperation of Baghdadi informed them that How did he survive for years?

Ismail al-Ithvi, a close aide of Baghdadi, was arrested by the Turkish administration and then handed over to Iraq. During this, Ismail al-Ithvi gave some important information related to Baghdadi to the authorities. He told that Baghdadi sometimes used to negotiate tactics with his commanders in a minibus full of vegetables without being noticed.


A big disclosure of Iraqi intelligence  a close aide of Baghdadi had told about the hideout of Baghdadi
Let us know, US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he was killed in an action by the American Special Forces in Idlib province of northwestern Syria. In his TV address to the White House, Trump said that ISIS leader Baghdadi, along with his three children, blew himself up with a bomb. He was discovered in a tunnel, where he died.

Western and Arab intelligence agencies worked hard for Baghdadi's death. He gave a clue to the whereabouts of Baghdadi, who runs a terrorist regime, over a large area of ​​Syria and Iraq. A man who gave orders for mass murders.

Russia Raised doubts over the death

Russia on Sunday raised doubts over the death of the terrorist group Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, which has been reported to have been killed several times since 2014. At the same time, Turkey described the killing of Baghdadi as a turning point in the fight against terrorism.


"The Ministry of Defense does not have reliable information about the action of the US military in Idlib, which calls for Baghdadi to be killed," Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said in a statement.

Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Erdogan on Sunday welcomed Baghdadi's death by tweeting that it was a 'turning point' in the fight against terrorism.

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