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ISIS chief ‘critically wounded’ in air raid: reports

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Anbar province MP Mohammad al-Karbuli says U.S.-led coalition aircraft targeted a gathering of ISIS leaders in al-Qaim. (File Photo: AFP)
 
By Staff writer | Al Arabiya News

Saturday, 8 November 2014

The leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was “critically wounded” on Saturday when a U.S.-led air strike targeted the western Iraqi border town of al-Qaim, tribal sources told Al Arabiya News Channel.

The tribal sources also said that a number of ISIS’ senior members were killed in the air raid.

Anbar province MP Mohammad al-Karbuli told Al Arabiya News Channel that U.S.-led coalition aircraft had targeted a gathering of ISIS leaders in al-Qaim that led to the killing of tens of people and wounded.

Karbuli said chaos ensued the air raid with ISIS members scrambling to transport their wounded to al-Qaim hospital which was overwhelmed with the number of patients.

Reuters news agency quoted two witnesses as saying an air strike targeted a house where senior ISIS officers were meeting, near the western Iraqi border town of al-Qaim.

The witnesses said ISIS fighters had cleared a hospital so that their wounded could be treated. ISIS fighters used loudspeakers to urge residents to donate blood, the witnesses said.

The agency also quoted residents as saying there were unconfirmed reports that ISIS’ local leader in the western Iraqi province of Anbar and his deputy were killed.

U.S. officials would not confirm or deny whether Baghdadi, the group's overall leader, had been targeted, the agency said.

 http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2014/11/08/Reports-ISIS-leader-critically-wounded-in-air-strike.htm

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Israel News just picked it up as well

 

 

Iraqi sources: Islamic State leader seriously wounded in coalition airstrike

Roi Kais

Published:  11.08.14, 19:09  

Tribal sources in Iraq told Al Arabiya on Saturday that the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was critically wounded, and a number of other Islamic State members were killed, as a result of an airstrike by the international coalition in the city of Al-Qaim, located on the border between Iraq and Syria.


As Well as the UK

 

 

 

US air strikes destroy Isis convoy but reports leader targeted are unconfirmed

  • US says unclear if Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi present at time of strike
  • Iraq hit by suicide bombings on Friday and Saturday
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A bombing in the city of Ramadi, west of Baghdad. Photograph: Reuters

Agencies

 

Saturday 8 November 2014 15.41 EST
 

US air strikes destroyed a moving, 10-vehicle Islamic State (Isis) convoy near the Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday, officials said, but it was unclear whether the group’s top commander, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was present at the time.

Earlier, the al-Hadath station, which is part of Saudi-owned al-Arabiya television, reported that US-led strikes had targeted a gathering of Isis leaders in Iraq, possibly including al-Baghdadi.

Two witnesses told Reuters an air strike had targeted a house where senior Isis officers were meeting, near the western Iraqi border town of al-Qaim, and said Isis fighters had cleared a hospital so that their wounded could be treated, using loudspeakers to urge residents to donate blood.

Residents said there were unconfirmed reports that Isis’s local leader in the western Iraqi province of Anbar and his deputy were killed.

An Isis supporter contacted by Reuters said the strike hit a local market, killing at least eight people.

Confirming the strike on the convoy, Colonel Patrick Ryder, a spokesman at Central Command, said the US military had reason to believe the convoy hit by strikes was the product of a gathering of Isis leaders. The convoy consisted of 10 Isis armed trucks.

Earlier, a US official said air strikes were carried out against the convoy near the northern city of Mosul, about 170 miles from al-Qaim, and against small Isis units elsewhere, but added that US-led strikes had not targeted an Isis gathering.

Al-Hadath said dozens of people were killed and wounded in the strike in al-Qaim, and that Baghdadi’s fate was unclear. Al-Qaim and the neighbouring Syrian town of Albukamal are on a strategic supply route linking territory held by Isis in Iraq and Syria.

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In Iraq on Friday, a suicide truck bomber targeting a senior police officer’s convoy killed eight people, including the ranking official, authorities said.

The attack happened late on Friday, when the attacker drove his bomb-laden truck into the convoy of police lieutenant general Faisal Malik, who was inspecting troops in the town of Beiji, police said. The blast killed Faisal and seven police officers, while wounding 15 people, hospital officials and police officers said.

No one immediately claimed the attack.

Beiji is home to Iraq’s largest oil refinery, and lies 155 miles north of Baghdad.

A US-led coalition has been launching air strikes on Isis militants and facilities in Iraq and Syria for months, as part of an effort to give Iraqi forces the time and space to mount a more effective offensive.

On Friday, President Barack Obama authorised the deployment of up to 1,500 more American troops to bolster Iraqi forces. The plan could boost the total number of American troops in Iraq to 3,100. There now are about 1,400 US troops in Iraq, out of the 1,600 previously authorised.

Also on Saturday, a series of bombings in and around the capital killed at least 19 people. The deadliest attack took place on a commercial street in Baghdad’s southwestern Amil neighborhood, where two car bombs killed eight people and wounded 16, police officials said.

In the southeastern neighborhood of al-Amin, at least nine people were killed and another 18 wounded when a car bomb tore through a commercial street lined with restaurants. In Yousifiya, a town just south of the capital, two people were killed and four wounded in a bombing near a fruit and vegetable market.

Hospital officials confirmed the casualties. All police and hospital officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to journalists.


And now the BBC   US air strikes target IS gathering in Mosul, Iraq
_78855159_78855158.jpgThe US air force has taken the lead in air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria

Coalition air strikes have targeted a gathering of Islamic State leaders near Mosul in northern Iraq, the US says.

Friday's strikes destroyed a convoy of vehicles, a US defence official said, but could not confirm whether IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was present.

Baghdadi made a rare public appearance at a mosque in Mosul in July.

IS militants control large areas of Iraq and Syria but have been targeted by hundreds of air strikes by the US-led coalition since August.

The statement said that 10 armed IS trucks were destroyed in the air strikes, which "demonstrates the pressure we continue to place on the IS terrorist network".

_78860620_78860619.jpgThe British Royal Air Force has also carried out air strikes against IS locations and vehicles in Iraq

The US, Iraq and other Western and Arab countries have formed a coalition against the militant group.

The Pentagon announced on Saturday that 1,500 additional US troops will join the 1,600 military advisers that are already in Iraq to assist the country's army.

Wave of violence

Meanwhile, a wave of car bombs killed dozens of people across Iraq on Saturday.

At least 33 people died in a series of bombings in the capital, Baghdad, with the deadliest attack killing more than 10 in the Shia neighbourhood of Sadr City.

Car bombs occur on a near-daily basis in Baghdad, and a recent surge of attacks that appear to be targeting Shia Muslims has increased sectarian tension with Sunni communities.


We should have contest to see which US news source gets around to reporting this first... :lol:


The News from Erbil.... (don't see it reported on MSM in US yet)

 

 The Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
 
Islamic State Leader al-Baghdadi “Not Dead”
07.09.2014
 

 

 Erbil

The Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has not been killed as has been previously claimed. He is wounded and being treated in the border area of Iraq and Syria.

A few days ago, it was reported that al-Baghdadi had been killed by a U.S. airstrike near Mosul in Northern Iraq, an attack that left three other senior members of the militant group dead.

However, a source told Iraqi media that the IS leader and self-proclaimed Caliph has not been killed, but is badly injured as a result of the recent US airstrikes near the Tel Afer and Sinjar areas.

This is the second time al-Baghdadi has been injured in the last two months and right now he is being treated in a Syrian location close to the Iraqi border,” the source told Iraqi newspaper al-Sabah.

When it was reported that al-Baghdadi had been killed, the Pentagon did not confirm the death, but thousands of social media users shared an unverified photo claiming to be the ISIS leader’s body.

However, Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren did later say that any IS leaders “inside troop formations are likely to be killed.”

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Sunday Incoming from Sky News. Baghdadi Status is Still Unclear. Seems some news picked up old info from September, however, it is also current news that he may (again) be injured. (and I just noticed Spell Check is no longer on.... oh dear I do not spell apologies now and forever more)

 

 

 

Coalition airstrikes have targeted a gathering of Islamic State leaders at a house in northern Iraq, a US defence official has said.

Senior IS officers were meeting in al Qaim, a town near Mosul which is under the Islamist group's control. After the strikes began, militants evacuated a nearby hospital and used loudspeakers to ask for blood donors.

The bodies of 50 militants have since been transported to a morgue in Mosul, according to Reuters.

Unconfirmed reports from the news agency suggest that the leader of IS, along with his deputy, were killed in the attack.

It is unclear whether top commander Abu Bakr al Baghdadi was among the militants targeted, a US official said.

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Video: More Airstrikes Hit IS In Kobani

Hailed as the world's most wanted man, al Baghdadi has declared himself the caliph, or supreme leader, of the vast areas of territory in Iraq and Syria under IS control.

Washington has offered a $10m (£6m) reward for his capture.

US national security analyst Arash Aramesh told Sky News: "If he is in fact dead, yes it will deal a major blow to the organisation but let's not forget there are other commanders both in the military and political wings that can replace al Baghdadi.

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Video: Airstrikes 'Missing IS Targets'

 

"This organisation with one dead leader is not going to be finished. This is going to be a continued, long-term campaign not just to rid the region of IS but from the ideology that creates organisations like IS, al Qaeda, Boko Haram and the Taliban."

The airstrikes also destroyed a convoy of 10 armed IS trucks, US Central Command said.

In a statement, its spokesperson added: "This strike demonstrates the pressure we continue to place on the IS terrorist network and the group's increasingly limited freedom to manoeuvre, communicate and command."

 

Meanwhile, a series of explosions have killed dozens of people across Iraq.

Four bombings killed least 43 people in and around Baghdad on Saturday. The deadliest blast hit the city's Shi'ite district of Sadr City, where a car bomb tore through a commercial area killing 11 people.

On Friday, a suicide truck bomber struck the convoy of a top Iraqi police officer killing eight people, including the ranking official. Iraqi authorities said the attack bore the hallmarks of IS.

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Video: Sept: First RAF Airstrikes On IS

 

US President Barack Obama has authorised the deployment of up to 1,500 more US troops to bolster Iraqi forces, including into Anbar province, where battles with IS militants have been fierce.

A statement from Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al Abadi's office said: "This step is a little late, but we welcome it."

 

Isn't this the same al Abadi that said he did not want US troops in Iraq... and now we are "late"?!?!?!

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If I'm not mistaken, he was reported dead at least 2 times if not 3. Then, there he was alive again. This one I have to see it reported by the mainstream media to believe it. I think he is using the usual trick of doubles to fool everyone that he is dead, so his enemies won't hunt him down. Just like saddam, may he not rest in hell along with his buddy maliki when he joins him.

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I agree Kostaske.... There was a lost put out today by the Iraqi Interior MP and it apparently has his name on it as wounded. However I can't read Arabic.... so it could be a menu for all I know... it's being looked at right now for translation...And I posted it herein, but its not showing up in preview (even though I can see it here in my editing, so I'll post more when I can figure out how to paste it in here)...(says I'm not allowed to use that image in here... wot?!) lol
 

 

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Fox News picked it up confirming Baghdadi has been wounded:

 

 

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State terrorist group, was wounded in an airstrike, Iraqi officials said Sunday, while Pentagon officials said they had no immediate information on such a strike or al-Baghdadi being wounded.

Iraq's Defense and Interior Ministries issued statements saying al-Baghdadi had been wounded, without elaborating.

An Interior Ministry intelligence official told The Associated Press that al-Baghdadi was hit during a meeting Saturday with militants in the town of Qaim in Iraq's western Anbar province. The official, citing informants within the militant group, said the strike wounded al-Baghdadi. A senior Iraqi military official also said he learned in operational meetings that al-Baghdadi had been wounded.

Both officials said the operation was carried out by Iraqi security forces. Neither knew the extent of al-Baghdadi's apparent injuries.

Col. Pat Ryder, a spokesman for U.S. Central Command in the Middle East, told Fox News on Sunday he was unable to confirm the reports.

"We have no information to corroborate press reports that ISIL leader al-Baghdadi has been injured," he said.

Iraqi officials spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. State television later also reported that al-Baghdadi had been wounded.

Al-Baghdadi, an ambitious Iraqi militant believed to be in his early 40s, has a $10 million U.S. bounty on his head. Since taking the reins of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS or ISIL, in 2010, he has transformed it from a local branch of Al Qaeda into an independent transnational military force, positioning himself as perhaps the pre-eminent figure in the global jihadi community.

The reclusive leader is purported to have made only one public appearance, delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul, as seen in a video posted online in June. Al-Baghdadi's purported appearance in Mosul came five days after his group declared the establishment of an Islamic state, or caliphate, in the territories it holds in Iraq and Syria. The group proclaimed al-Baghdadi its leader and demanded that all Muslims pledge allegiance to him.

Since then, part of the Islamic State group's core strategy has been to establish administration over lands that it controls to project an image of itself as a ruler and not just a fighting force. In parts of Syria under its control, the group now administers courts, fixes roads and even polices traffic. It recently imposed a curriculum in schools in its Syrian stronghold, Raqqa, scrapping subjects such as philosophy and chemistry, and fine-tuning the sciences to fit with its ideology.

A U.S.-led coalition has been launching airstrikes on Islamic State militants and facilities in Iraq and Syria for months as part of an effort to give Iraqi forces the time and space to mount a more effective offensive. The Islamic State had gained ground across northern and western Iraq in a lightning advance in June and July, causing several of Iraq's army and police divisions to fall into disarray.

On Friday, a series of U.S.-led airstrikes targeted what was thought to be a gathering of ISIS leaders in Iraq, a defense official told Fox News. The airstrikes, which took place near the Iraqi town of Mosul near the Syrian border, destroyed a vehicle convoy of 10 armed trucks. It was not immediately clear whether Friday's U.S. strike was related to the Iraqi officials' claims on Sunday that al-Baghdadi was wounded.

Also on Friday, President Obama authorized the deployment of up to 1,500 more American troops to bolster Iraqi forces, including into Anbar province, where fighting with Islamic State militants has been fierce. The plan could boost the total number of American troops in Iraq to 3,100. There now are about 1,400 U.S. troops in Iraq, out of the 1,600 previously authorized.

Fox News' Jennifer Griffin and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


PS here is the link for the video version:http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/11/09/islamic-state-leader-al-baghdadi-airstrikes/?cmpid=cmty_twitter_fn

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Conflicting reports on the killing of al-Baghdadi, and a spokesman for "Daash" confirms injury

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Follow-up - Iraq Press - November 9: There were conflicting reports on the death of the leader of the "Daash" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, after the bombing of the airline alliance targeted a convoy of a dozen cars near the city of Mosul, on Sunday.

While sources in the Iraqi government confirmed it had begun to investigate and gather information to see if it was targeted in the bombing al-Baghdadi, the US Embassy has refused to disclose any information in this regard.

At this time the official spokesman for the organization, "Daash," Mohammed Aladnana, injury organization's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, during raids by the international coalition aircraft reported.

In particular tweet attributed to a personal account to "Aladnana", on social networking sites, he said, wondering: "Do you think that the succession ends martyrdom caliph?"

A spokesman for the Central Command, US Army Colonel Patrick Ryder stressed that US air strikes that destroyed a convoy of ten belonging to the organization Daash car was traveling in a convoy near the city of Mosul.

He said that "the army has reason to believe that the convoy was where a number of the organization's leaders and the procession was composed of ten armed trucks. SAD ended

http://www.iraqpressagency.com/ar/archives/104427

 

Conflicting information between the defense and the interior of the body that hit al-Baghdadi

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BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - November 9: confirmed by the Ministries of Defense and Interior, on Sunday, wounding the leader of the "Daash" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

 

The defense minister said on his Facebook "make sure wounding Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the air strike to the coalition forces on the meeting of the most prominent leaders of the terrorist organization in the city of Mosul last Friday night."

 

"The raid led to the" right arm and his deputy, Abu Muslim Turkmen killed. "

 

In turn, the interior ministry said that "the injury to the leader of the Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Daash came strike carried out by the hawks intelligence cell".

 

It quoted Iraqi internal channel for the "hawks intelligence cell paid a blow to a gathering of the terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi resulted in his injuries."

 

 The ministry added that "the strike also killed in Daash group leaders."

 

The official spokesman for the organization, "Daash", Aladnana Mohammed, confirmed the injury-Baghdadi, during raids by the international coalition aircraft.

 

 

In particular tweet attributed to a personal account to "Aladnana", on social networking sites, he said, wondering: "Do you think that the succession ends martyrdom caliph?" Q ended. P.

http://www.iraqpressagency.com/ar/archives/104445

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I thought I read somewhere an injured man who was with Baghdadi said he was alive but had shaved his beard off to get around with out people noticing him. in these pictures he has a beard so does he have the beard or doesn't , well maybe that doesn't matter as much as if he is dead or not.

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He's alive, ..... NO he's dead.... Wait he's wounded...... No he's probably dead..... Wait, he Never dies, we just he does..... well its pretty sure he's wounded or dead..... or none of the above..... Something happended and may have involved him...

At least there is consensus saying Baghdadi's top guy is for sure dead.... So we maybe assume that guy is probably really dead....

 

No news source can confirm that the ISIS leader was killed but he may have suffered life threatening injuries in an attack led Friday. His ‘right hand man’ was killed. Many believe the two were always together and Baghdadi may have been a victim in the strike.

Some Arabic media outlets reported that Baghdadi had been critically wounded in the bombing.

Speculation is mounting ISIS’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed in a US  airstrike on Friday.

A close aide of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was confirmed killed in a United States-led coalition air strike.

‘He and Baghdadi were rarely separate. It’s for this reason that it could be possible that Baghdadi was with him at the time of the attack,’ a British newspaper said

“I can’t absolutely confirm that Baghdadi has been killed,” said General Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the Defence Staff of the British Armed Forces. “Probably it will take some days to have absolute confirmation.”


Another News Source Nation News Dated Mon 10 Nov:

 

US airstrike hits Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

 

Updated On: 10, Nov 2014 | 08:27 AM (IST)

 
 
 
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Baghdad: Iraqi officials said that an airstrike wounded the leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Pentagon officials said they had no immediate information on such a strike or al-Baghdadi being wounded.Iraq’s Defense and Interior Ministries issued statements saying al-Baghdadi had been wounded, without elaborating.

An Interior Ministry intelligence official told The Associated Press that al-Baghdadi was hit during a meeting Saturday with militants in the town of Qaim in Iraq’s western Anbar province.

The official, citing informants within the militant group, said the strike wounded al-Baghdadi. A senior Iraqi military official also said he learned in operational meetings that al-Baghdadi had been wounded.

Both officials said the operation was carried out by Iraqi security forces. Neither knew the extent of al-Baghdadi’s apparent injuries.

Both spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss confidential material. State television later also reported that al-Baghdadi had been wounded.

Al-Baghdadi, an ambitious Iraqi militant believed to be in his early 40s, has a USD 10 million US bounty on his head.

Since taking the reins of the group in 2010, he has transformed it from a local branch of al-Qaida into an independent transnational military force, positioning himself as perhaps the pre-eminent figure in the global jihadi community.

The reclusive leader is purported to have made only one public appearance, delivering a sermon at a mosque in Iraq’s second-largest city of Mosul, as seen in a video posted online in June.

Al-Baghdadi’s purported appearance in Mosul came five days after his group declared the establishment of an Islamic state, or caliphate, in the territories it holds in Iraq and Syria. The group proclaimed al-Baghdadi its leader and demanded that all Muslims pledge allegiance to him.

Since then, part of the Islamic State group’s core strategy has been to establish administration over lands that it controls to project an image of itself as a ruler and not just a fighting force.

In parts of Syria under its control, the group now administers courts, fixes roads and even polices traffic. It recently imposed a curriculum in schools in its Syrian stronghold, Raqqa, scrapping subjects such as philosophy and chemistry, and fine-tuning the sciences to fit with its ideology.

A US-led coalition has been launching airstrikes on Islamic State militants and facilities in Iraq and Syria for months as part of an effort to give Iraqi forces the time and space to mount a more effective offensive.

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via Twitter: the killing of al-Baghdadi, the next hours and will witness the inauguration of his successor

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Follow-up - Iraq Press - November 11 announced the protest of the organization "Daash" Foundation, on Tuesday, killing its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, stressing that the next few hours will be the announcement of his death and the announcement of the new Caliph details.

 

It said in a tweet on the social networking site (Twitter), entitled important and urgent, it "will publish the death of Caliph al-Baghdadi, and swear allegiance to the new caliph details successively."

 

Tweet institution and concluded by saying, "Yes, they remain and expand," in reference to the so-called "state of the Islamic caliphate."

 

A spokesman for the organization, Abu Mohammed Aladnana confirmed, on Monday, (November 10, 2014), wounding the organization's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a raid carried out by US aircraft, and pointed out that the succession will not end the "martyrdom of the caliph."

 

While the United States has shown the difficulty of ascertaining the fate of al-Baghdadi after the air raid near Mosul, and the Ministries of Defense and Interior Alaracatan confirmed injury-Baghdadi, but the Ministry of Defense confirmed his pounding airline alliance, the Interior said that the injury came pounding Hawks internal cell. Q ended. P.

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11/11/2014 14:45
"Obelisk" Turkmen expects, "" and "Anbari" Khalifa al-Baghdadi If true, his death

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 BAGHDAD / obelisk: controlled organization "State" terrorist on large areas in Iraq and Syria, where the effects of the killing and destruction carried out in areas where the announced establishment of a "caliphate" to control areas.

And these areas are exposed to air strikes from an international coalition led by the United States. The coalition targeted Friday gathering of the leaders of the extremist organization in northern Iraq without checking whether its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, including.

He says a researcher at the Middle East Forum, Ayman al-Tamimi said "a lot in the terrorist organization linked to the character of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. If actually killed (by the Coalition strikes), I do not know who can replace him."

This refers researcher supervisor for "jihadi" groups in the Middle East that "structural (administrative) for the organization of the State, whether at the level of its States or across the border, progress on all indicators (combination) state."

However, the information about the organizational structure of the organization are vague and a lot of appreciation, which lacks the minute, due to the confidential nature of the work data. But he can draw some broad outlines of the official data issued by him, in addition to researchers rebounds and some press reports, or those issued by concerned with "terrorism" centers.

The look of the "Islamic state" formula as follows:

 - "Caliph" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, an Iraqi born in the year of 1971 (according to the United States of America), and the original name Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim al-Badri. Since the announcement of the establishment of the organization, "the Islamic caliphate," the end of June, is the name given to al-Baghdadi, "Ibrahim al-Khalifa."

- Aides: believed to be Abu Muslim Turkmen Vice-Baghdadi is responsible for the organization in Iraq, while it seems, "Abu Ali al-Anbari" responsible for Syria, where the organization is controlled large areas in the north and east. The Turkmen and Anbari will be among the most prominent candidates for regulation.

- The military commander: in one of his tapes pictured, gave Omar Chechen organization that "military commander". It is believed that this man with long hair and beard Ashb, is the most prominent military commander of the organization and oversees its operations.

 

- Spokesman: Abu Mohammed Aladnana is the official spokesman for the organization, and is believed to be of the most prominent leaders in it. Issued several audio messages, notably those in which announced the establishment of the caliphate, but his face did not appear in any of the videos are broadcast by the official media tools to organize.

 

- Shura Council: he believed comprised of officials and senior leaders in the organization, providing advice and guidance to carry out his orders and Baghdadi. Some reports also indicate that the organization is separate from the Council's "government", holds the executive Húna.

- Other councils: believed to be to regulate the "State" Other councils respect to each particular field, Kalshún military and security, money and media.

 

- "US": Department regulation areas presence in Syria and Iraq to the several states, the most prominent of Nineveh and Diyala, Baghdad and Kirkuk in Iraq, and American goodness (Deir al-Zour) and Baraka (Al-Hasakah) and Aleppo in Syria, in addition to the mandate of the Euphrates, which combines the towns of Abu Kamal Syrian and Iraqi-based , on the borders of the two countries. Forks and all "mandate", a military and administrative arms of a local.

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Thanks BDrm!!!! Though its hard enough to follow what's going on reading it in plain English.... translated I'm never quite sure what's being said...

Here's another article and my friend said it basically says that the US helped Baghdadi escape out of Iraq, He is injured and was transported to hodpital in Jordan where he is being treated.... Who knows what is true.... The only reason I tend to think something is up is he has not made any public appearance (like last time) to prove he is alive and well....

 

Iraq Times:

Informed sources confirmed on Monday, the British leader of the terrorist organization Daash Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been moved to Jordan after he was injured in one of the air raids two days ago.

The source said, "The leader of al Daash Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi transfer after being injured to nearby Ein al-Assad Airport in Anbar by the offender Manaf Asim black wheels and wheel ambulance," indicating that "the strength of the terrorist organization received al-Baghdadi, and with them both, Saddam Marsoumy Saudi and Abu paper and Tunisian Abu Ahmed, and accompanied by doctors from the new camp to address al-Baghdadi. "

The source added that Jordanian cargo plane has landed in this airport and the transfer of al-Baghdadi, and those with him after he unloaded the cargo, which was in the form of aid for the displaced, and his campaign to Jordan and is currently lying in one of the military hospitals in order to receive treatment.

The agency Petra Jordan has confirmed that King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Jordan has sent a military cargo plane loaded with large quantities of humanitarian aid, including food supplies and blankets to help the brotherly Iraqi people (according to her), noting that the Royal Air Force Jordanian plane had landed in Ein al-Assad Airport in western Baghdad, Anbar region.

The League of the Righteous militia affiliated to the Iranian Quds Brigade, has been accused, earlier in the day Monday, as US forces are facilitated the escape of al-Baghdadi to an unknown destination and then transferred him out of Iraq.

It is worth mentioning that Jordan Ahtznt Since beginning training elements of the terrorist organization in agreement with the British and US intelligence agencies camps, said former Jordanian Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit has acknowledged the existence of more than two thousand fighters Jordanian fighting with members Daash inside Iraq, with a group of more than 5,000 Jordanian incubator Thousands of terrorist element inside Jordan.


Has anyone else noticed there is all this jibber jabber talking about the US paying different countries (say like Jordan and Turkey) to train moderate "rebels" to secure Iraq and fight against Daesh....and they are the very same countries is which Daesh is living large and training ISIS terrorists to fight moderate rebels???

Jordan is now laying beside Turkey in the "we spawn, support train and medically treat ISIS terrorists" to join the fight against the US supported interests!?!?!?... What the flip is going on????

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Always has been a great deal of speculation about Baghadadi....(who's your Daddy)

'Caliph' al-Baghdadi is Jewish Mossad Agent 'Simon Elliot' (Tehran Times, Iran)

more here:

http://worldmeets.us/tehrantimes000043POST.shtml#axzz3IoXL5G6m

 

It would probably take a female intelligence analyst to take one look at that picture and say "yeah right" those eyebrows are sooooo drawn in on that picture....Course the part that doesn't make sense about the Mossad connection is 1) Daesh hates Israel and has a strong commitment to destroy as much of it as possible.... 2) Daesh hates everything about Isreal 3) Israel is supporting the Kurds who are fighting Daesh..... If that guy is Mossad, they need to recall him as he would be one really mixed up dude...

And while there is some departure from details seen differently in terms of genesis... there are nonetheless rather interesting details in the article itself...Not to mention its interesting to see an article with Iran's take on the whole thing...  .

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Still no official confirmation as to whether or not Baghdadi was injured or killed.. One source noted it will become apparent as soon as its determined if John McCain sent a "Get Well" card or a "Sympathy Wreath" in response to this weekends air strike of the Mousel convoy. .

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Received this on my twitter feed today.

 

Jennifer Griffin @JenGriffinFNC 6m6 minutes ago

#ISIS leader #AbuBakrAlBaghdadi issues audiotape that suggests he survived weekend airstrike and reports from #Iraq that he'd been wounded.

 

 

:cowboy2:

 

 

Yup TG that's what's being reported the most.... Of course IraqiNews.com apparently enjoyed retractions so much they decided to post the following wrong info (again):

 

 

balad-tv-abu-bakr-baghdadi-2014-11-13.jp

Screenshot of footage aired by Balad TV supposedly showing ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi injured after his convoy was attacked by coalition air strikes.

(IraqiNews.com) The video below, broadcast on Balad TV, claims to show ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his convoy being attacked in an airstrike that led to his injury or death.

The video claims to show al-Baghdadi next to a black SUV car, suffering injuries due to the airstrike.

In the beginning, Baghdadi appears to be lying on the ground, groaning in pain while one of his aides is lying dead beside him. Baghdadi moves slightly before ISIS elements hurry to rescue him.

The injured, who Balad TV claims is al-Baghdadi, is dressed in a military uniform and is said to be wearing a watch on his right hand which appears similar to the one he wore during his sermon at Mosul. IraqiNews.com has not independently verified these claims.

A spokesman for the Central Command of the US Army, Col. Patrick Raider, said two days ago that warplanes of the international coalition targeted ISIS leaders who were meeting near Mosul and that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may have been among those who were targeted.

According to officials from the United States, US air raids managed to destroy a convoy of 10 cars belonging to the organization of the Islamic State; they were traveling in a convoy near the city of Mosul in northern Iraq.

Full video:

 

To which I just replied with the simple sentence.... Wrong, this is Saifullah al Shishani. Full vid: http://youtu.be/rl2oFbe-jTY?t=53  so we'll see what they do with this one.. though having said reportedly, they at least gave themselves a bit more wiggle room in the retraction department.... lol;l How can people frickin report stuff and not know who they are talking about??? 

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