Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Despite reports to contrary, the leader of the so-called Islamic State group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has not been injured in an air strike.
The report from Tomlinson followed unconfirmed reports that al-Baghdadi had been critically injured in a air strike from a U.S.-led coalition. The claims, many of which were published in British tabloids citing local reports, suggested that the leader of the terrorist group had been injured in a strike in Al-Ba’aj in northern Iraq.
Al-Baghdadi has been a regular subject of death rumors. The State Department has offered a US$25 million reward for the leader of the group also known as ISIL.
Source by: Internet