Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s location is found

21/9/2019 15:39:00

The Federal Interior Ministry announced on Saturday that the leader of ISIS Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is situated in west Syria.


Abu Ali Al-Basri whom is the commander of Falcon Cell stated in a press conference:  the terrorist Ibrahim Awad Al-Samarrai whom is generally known as Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is in one of the areas of west Syria, adding that Leaders of ISIS fled to Turkey, Sudan and North Africa on direct orders from the criminal Baghdadi, while there are a number of terrorists and their families in the camp of Hul in the district of Hasaka, Syria.


Basri also pointed to the presence of ISIS gangs in Idlib, Syria, which creates another threat to the security of the region.






PUKmedia / Agencies 


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