The emergence of al-Baghdadi, near the Iraqi border, on the one hand Syria after he became frail and unable to speak (Details)


 

11-03-2017 12:24 PM

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East News –

Revealed a local source in Nineveh province, on Saturday, the leader of al ‘Daesh’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared near the Iraqi border from the point of Syria towards the common border, as he emphasized that al – Baghdadi looked frail and unable to speak in nature because he suffers from injuries suffered earlier, He is adding that he accused the ‘Ansar Boukzl immigrants’.

The source said in a press statement, that ‘ the leader of al Daesh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared briefly in between Iraq and Syria on the one hand Albu Kamal , where moves in this area that the organization is still controlled by the border region’, noting that ‘al – Baghdadi began unable to speak and it moves in a limited car is subject to the protections as previously similarities to pry him ‘.

The source , who asked not to be named, said : ‘al – Baghdadi , the collection of a number of supporters of the tribes loyal to him and those speeches criticizing the lack of support of supporters of Iraqi elements Daesh, where battles are run by immigrants and foreign Arab militants’.

The source continued, that the ‘minute intelligence indicates that al – Baghdadi is moving in the desert region stretching between Anbar and Nineveh toward Iraqi and Syrian territories. “

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