Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is allegedly hiding in a distant region of Afghanistan, The Sun claims, citing Zaid Hamid, who is a co-founder of the BrassTacks threat analysis think-tank.

The speculation about the famous terrorist’s whereabouts was made after a propaganda video featuring the Daesh leader was published.

“Note the style of the bedding & the pillows….Is he already in Afghanistan?,” Zaid Hamid pointed out, further suggesting that al-Baghdadi is in the Khorasan Province.

The speculation come after on 29 April, numerous media outlets reported that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi made his first appearance, after five years of absence, in a video in which he acknowledges the defeat of the terrorist group’s fighters in the battle for Baghouz last month.

The video was reportedly filmed earlier in April, however, the authenticity of the video itself is yet to be verified. Earlier, US Army spokesman Col. James Rawlinson told Sputnik that the US-led coalition is working on corroborating the authenticity of the video.

In recent years, Baghdadi’s death has been reported multiple times, however, the terrorist leader has re-emerged time and time again.

In June 2017, the Russian Defence Ministry said that Baghdadi might have been killed as a result of a strike by the Russian Aerospace Forces on 28 May that year in the southern suburbs of Raqqa. However, an alleged audio recording of Baghdadi emerged later in 2017, provoking fresh doubt over whether the terrorist leader was dead or alive.

 

 

Source: Sputnik

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Rix
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Rix

Flown into Afghanistan first class via ISIS Airways – a subsidiary of the US Air Force.

Daeshbags-Sux
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Or simply by land first class ISIS bus through Iran, courtesy of
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Remember : ISIS founder Zarqawi hid in an IRGC base after leaving Afghanistan and was smuggled into Iraq by Qassem Soleimani’s Quds-Force. Quds-Force aso helped 8 of the 9-11 hijackers to be smuggled into USA…

Umais Ali
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Umais Ali

Hilary clinton has already claimed of creating ISIS for their own gains,
So shut up

Saba
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Saba

Do you love him?

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F*ckoff

Enough of this Al Big Daddy farce! The guy has allegedly been killed no less than 4 times. He doesn’t exist except for some back-lot film studio run by the Langley.

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

The pillows are props was the gun. The white curtain was used as a screen. Langley props

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Daeshbags-Sux

More likely in a studio run by Qassem Soleimani

Anon
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Anon

He was reportedly in Libya two days ago from another source.

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Weldon Cheek

Probably watching the girls go by on miami beach!

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Nestor Arapa

EE.UU. requiere mantener vivo a Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi para justificar su presencia en medio oriente, puede ser que fue ayudado a salir de Siria.

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jimbim

The US flew him to his new assignment.

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Nope. Iran did, just like they flew Hazma bin-Laden and al-Zawahiri from Iran to Yemen…

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Nestor Arapa

EE.UU. tiene necesidad de mantener vivo a Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, para justificar su presencia en medio oriente.

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Dizzz

He’s back at Mossad HQ in Tel Aviv.

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Abu bakr

I love how our caliph may Allah safeguard him makes all the Zionist roaches nervous, he is alive and well planning new wave to show you devil worshippers nightmares

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Saba

Is he is realy alived abu bakar?