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It's not clear that there was ever much communication between the Islamic State in Afghanistan and key leaders in Syria and Iraq. The Afghanistan branch was more like a franchise, operating largely independently. "They embrace the label, and they swear allegiance to Baghdadi, but it doesn't appear ... Islamic State group
What may sound like a wild conspiracy theory to outsiders is seen as an established truth by many families of ISIL victims, who believe their relatives are kept in Muthanna airbase or Taji prison -- notorious detention sites in Iraq. On Facebook, images purportedly showing Iraqi soldiers snapping selfies ... terrorism

Speaking to Pentagon reporters via video link from Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, Col. Seth Folsom, commander of Task Force Lion, said he doesn't believe reports that ISIS tapped former Iraqi regime leaders to command their forces in the country. "I believe that, really, what the leaders of ISIS, the few key ...
When the militia captured Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, they got hold of a large cache of weapons belonging to the Iraqi army. ... So when Baghdadi declared himself caliph in 2014 and announced the formation of a caliphate, he was not only declaring sovereignty over the millions living in the captured ...
Iraqi Shiite men who volunteered to join government forces and militias in the fight against jihadists take part in a training session. ... a loyalty pledge to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but commonalities in unity of purpose coupled with logistical setbacks will pull them further under the umbrella of universal jihad.
Baghdadi was killed in April 2010, along with Abu Ayoub al-Masri, a prominent Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq, in a U.S.-Iraqi joint operation. Thursday's statement by Bayrkdar initially said the convicted woman was the sister Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the reclusive leader of Daesh (ISIS), but the spokesman ...

Islamic State continues to launch sporadic attacks across Iraq against troops. Security reports indicate that the militant group still poses threat against stability in the country. Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi announced, in December, full liberation of Iraqi lands, declaring end of war against IS members.
Mosul was the birthplace of Islamic State in Iraq. The group's top, now at large, commander, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, proclaimed an Islamic “caliphate” in Iraq and neighboring Syria from the city's grand mosque. Though the Iraqi government proclaimed victory over the militant group in December, it says the ...
Baghdadi "is still present today with the help of his collaborators in the Syrian region of Al-Jazeera," a span of desert flanked by the Euphrates river and Tigris River in Iraq. Basri also said he had was suffering from severe "physical and psychological deterioration" due to injuries sustained in Iraqi air raids ...
Hussein was raised in Tal Afar, a predominantly Turkmen city in Iraq, situated on one of the main roads between Mosul and the Iraqi-Syrian border. People .... The doctor is believed to be part of the main group that was dispatched to treat ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after he was injured in 2015.
Mohammadi and other officers from the 8th Division of the Iraqi army have repeatedly denied that non-local PMUs are in western Anbar, despite their obvious presence on the ground. In al-Baghdadi, the acting police chief, Col. Mohamed Awad Allawi, noted that he had been sent from Ramadi about a week ...
Iraq has published a list of 60 individuals wanted on terrorism charges, including alleged members of either the Islamic State (ISIS) or al-Qaeda terrorist organisations or the Ba'ath ... Instead of Baghdadi, however, the list included Raghad Saddam Hussein, daughter of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Islamic State's deputy supreme leader has been killed in an airstrike launched by Iraqi troops, the Lebanese al-Mayadeen TV channel reported on Thursday. Abu Abdul Rahman al-Tamimi al-Eteibi al-Jizrawi, the deputy of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed in an Iraqi airstrike, the ...
BAGHDAD - Though it is described as the Iraqi “Madame Tussaud's,” the Baghdadi Museum of Folklore is not meant to celebrate famous people but to commemorate bygone customs ... The Baghdadi museum was damaged during the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, causing it to suspend its operations.
ISIL's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is alive and being treated at a medical facility in northeastern Syria after being severely wounded in an air raid, a senior Iraqi official said. The head of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) sustained serious wounds to his legs during air raids, Abu ...
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Two militants were killed as Iraqi troops launched an airstrike, north of Baghdad on Wednesday. A statement by Baghdad Operations Command said, “depending on accurate information gathered by the intelligence, security troops managed to follow three gunmen in al-Baghdadi ...
It comes as Iraqi courts try hundreds of detained women and their children who lived with the insurgents as they battled government forces. The spokesman for Iraq's Supreme Judicial Council, Abdul Sattar Bayrkdar said Abu Omar Al Baghdadi's sister was found guilty for “offering logistic support and help to ...

The sister of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and the world's most-wanted extremist, has been sentenced to death in Iraq. The court in the Iraqi capital found Baghdadi's relative, whose identity Iraqi authorities have kept classified, guilty of "offering logistic support ...
Colonel Ryan Dillion said this morning that while around 1500 airstrikes were carried out in Iraq and Syria in September, that number shrunk to below 300 in January. The majority of airstrikes will now focus on Syria, as the Iraqi Air Force is now capable of conducting many of its own. While in the last week ...
Mohammadi and other officers from the 8th Division of the Iraqi army have repeatedly denied that non-local PMUs are in western Anbar, despite their obvious presence on the ground. In al-Baghdadi, the acting police chief, Col. Mohamed Awad Allawi, noted that he had been sent from Ramadi about a week ...
By failing to include Baghdadi, the Iraqi authorities were ridiculed on Arab news outlets and on social media. ... Iraq has published a list of 60 individuals wanted on terrorism charges, including alleged members of either the Islamic State (ISIS) or al-Qaeda terrorist organisations or the Ba'ath Party, which ...
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Islamic State's deputy supreme leader has been killed in an airstrike launched by Iraqi troops, the Lebanese al-Mayadeen TV channel reported on Thursday. Abu Abdul Rahman al-Tamimi al-Eteibi al-Jizrawi, the deputy of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed in an Iraqi airstrike, the ...
BAGHDAD - Though it is described as the Iraqi “Madame Tussaud's,” the Baghdadi Museum of Folklore is not meant to celebrate famous people but to commemorate bygone customs ... The Baghdadi museum was damaged during the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, causing it to suspend its operations.
An Iraqi interior ministry official said the Islamic State group's head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is alive and being treated at a field hospital in Syria after being ... of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province despite having lost most of its cross-border "caliphate" which once also covered a third of neighbouring Iraq.
Iraqi intelligence chief says Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi suffered severe wounds to his legs in air raid but is alive in Syria. ... The head of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) sustained serious wounds to his legs during air raids, Abu Ali al-Basri, Iraq's intelligence and counterterrorism ...
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Some Iraqi observers have been perplexed to see Daesh (Islamic State)'s second in command on a list of wanted criminals despite declaring him dead previously. Iraq has recently reportedly released two lists of individuals wanted for terrorism-related charges, including Islamic ...
This week in Iraq: The government releases a list of its most-wanted fugitives, while Iraq's southern city of Basra becomes a hub for organised ... By failing to include Baghdadi, the Iraqi authorities are also being criticised for claiming that the daughter of a long-dead dictator is more of a threat to Iraqis than ...
BAGHDAD: Iraqi authorities have revealed a new list of the "most wanted" figures involved in terrorism in the country. Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the leader of Daesh and the world's most wanted man, unsurprisingly tops the list, according to a copy seen by Arab News. The list, the third one produced by the Iraqi security ...
Iraq has issued a wanted list that has been met with raised eyebrows. It includes the daughter of Saddam Hussain but omits the leader of Daesh, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. The list, seen by AFP, includes the name of the eldest daughter of the late Iraqi leader, Raghad, who lives in Jordan. It also features 28 ...
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Iraqi security forces released a list of Iraq's 60 most wanted persons on Sunday for their connections to ISIS, al-Qaeda or ... The ISIS member's names included on the list are accused of fighting in Mosul, the surrounding Nineveh province in addition to Kirkuk, Diyala and Anbar.
BAGHDAD: Iraqi security services Sunday published the names of 60 people wanted on suspicion of belonging to Daesh (ISIS), al-Qaeda or the Baath ... lists are accused of fighting in Iraq's second city Mosul and the surrounding province of Nineveh, as well as in the provinces of Kirkuk, Diyala and Anbar.
It was the Iraqi government who released Baghdadi. isis iraq Iraqi security forces pull down a flag the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, also known as ISIS. Stringer/Reuters. Eventually, the 2008 US Status of Forces Agreement with Iraq would set the terms for closing the prison system and moving the detainees to Iraqi ...
It was the Iraqi government who released Baghdadi. Eventually, the 2008 U.S. Status of Forces Agreement with Iraq would set the terms for closing the prison system and moving the detainees to Iraqi custody. The American government was primarily concerned with some 200 prisoners they deemed most ...
The framework for transfers was set up while Bush was president. The legal contract between the United States and Iraq guaranteed that the United States would give up custody of virtually every detainee. It would have required an extraordinary effort to have held on to Baghdadi, and there is no evidence ...
The incident in the town of al-Baghdadi in Anbar province “was evidence of the ongoing barbarism and systematic sabotage of US forces [against Iraqis],” al-Kaabi told Iranian Fars News agency. On Saturday, a US ... Al-Kaabi said US forces “will not stop” targeting Iraqi forces “unless we expel them completely from Iraq.”.
Iraqi website Shafaq News quoted a security source in Anbar saying that al-Baghdadi district police chief in Anbar province, Col. Abdul-Salam al-Obaidi, died Monday after succumbing to his injuries. Iraq's military command said an armed group was bombarded by U.S.-led coalition warplanes early ...
In the field, US warplanes and Kurdish-led ground forces are hunting for the roughly 1,000 remaining IS fighters hiding along the Euphrates River valley near the border with Syria and Iraq. US counterterrorism officials believe Baghdadi is most likely hiding in these Sunni border areas straddling the two ...
But American military officials see parallels with the Iraq war, in which militants, including Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the current leader of the Islamic State, were held for years at Camp Bucca, a sprawling American detention facility on the Kuwaiti border where they became more radicalized. “Clearly, we've ...
Once in 2016, a small mistake almost cost Baghdadi his caliphate. On 3 November 2016, as Iraqi and Kurdish forces advanced on Mosul, the leader took up a handheld radio in a village near the west of the city and exhorted his followers to stand on their ground. It was a 45-second message. And spies ...
Nineveh contains Mosul, the city from which Islamic State's supreme leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared the establishment of the group's rule, naming Mosul as their capital. Iraqi forces regained control over Mosul early July after more than eight months of offensives. Some security commentators fear ...
ISIS boss Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has fled to a remote hide-out in Africa and is the crumbling terror group's last leader standing, it has been claimed. Hisham al-Hashimi ... Iraqi News claimed the terror leader has escaped from Iraq and is holed up in Africa where he hopes to revive the fortunes of his regime.
Sputnik: How likely are Daesh fighters in Iraq and Syria to switch their allegiance to Al-Qaeda? ... The major thing that holds them back is that they swore an oath of allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and that oath of allegiance is not taken lightly by the jihadists, so they have to have a religious ...
An Iraqi court has condemned a German woman to death after she was found guilty of belonging to the jihadist group. She admitted traveling to Syria and Iraq ... It emerged in the aftermath of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 and is led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The group's goal is to create a worldwide ...
“The revolutionary's Utopia, which in appearance represents a complete break with the past, is always modeled on some image of the lost Paradise, of a legendary Golden Age,” wrote Arthur Koestler in a 1949 essay on his painful disillusionment with the Soviet Union. Koestler was a Hungarian communist ...
Along the waterfront of the Euphrates River in Iraq's war-torn Mosul, gaping holes in hotel walls reveal little but enormous heaps of rubble. Six months since Iraqi forces seized the country's second city from Islamic State group jihadists, human remains still rot in front of the Al-Nuri mosque. The building ...
Sameh Eid, an expert in Jihadist groups affairs in Egypt, said Baghdadi is likely to be in Africa, after the group members fled Iraq and Syria. Africa, according to Eid, is the biggest battlefield that the group seeks entering in order to have access to Egypt. Regarding the access to Africa, he said that it just ...
The group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is believed to still be alive and in hiding between Iraqi and Syrian territory. Mosul is where Baghdadi declared the creation of the group's self-declared caliphate in July 2014 after ISIS swept across northern Iraq and eastern Syria. But, for those ISIS jihadis like Omer ...
The US-led international coalition has distributed leaflets in the western region of Iraq announcing that a reward of $25 million is available for information that could lead to the arrest of Daesh leader, Ibrahim Awwad Al-Badri, also known as Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. An Iraqi army colonel told Al-Araby ...
... claiming that al-Baghdadi had been captured by US forces in Iraq and then brought to the US base in Ras al-Ayn, Syria. "The leader [al-Baghdadi] was captured along with seven officers of the terrorist group, including an Iraqi national," a source told the outlet, adding that al-Baghdadi may have been ...
According to the latest data, cited by global media outlets, the chief jihadist is hiding somewhere in the vast swath of desert between the Iraqi and Syrian borders. More specifically, the self-styled caliph is laying low, “living like a rat” between the border city of Al-Qaim in the Anbar governorate in Iraq and Abu ...


 

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