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Report: Leader Of ISIS Caliphate “Critically Wounded” After US Airstrike, Other Top Leaders Killed

According to an Islamic State spokesman, however, “the Emir Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is well” and is recovering from his injuries. Given this latest development it would be wise for all Western nations to raise their terrorism threat level if they have not already done so, especially if al-Baghdadi eventually succumbs to any sustained injuries. It isn’t difficult to imagine this top terror leader having a prerecorded posthumous message calling upon all those who have pledged obedience to engage in worldwide terror in the event of his death …

The Head Of This Beast May Be Wounded, But What Doesn't Kill Him Will Only Make Him Stronger

This Beast’s Head May Be Wounded, But What Doesn’t Kill It Only Makes It Stronger

By Kieran Corcoran, Mail Online – “American war planes have reportedly launched a strike on a gathering of ISIS leaders, critically wounding their leader.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was hurt in the strikes today, according to local witnesses and government sources.

Two witnesses confirmed that bombs had fallen on the town of al-Qaim, next to the Syrian border.

Local government sources described how an aircraft had swooped over a meeting of senior ISIS figures and dropped its payload, killing more than a dozen people.

Another witness said that eight people had died when a bomb struck a market.

A local hospital was said to be overwhelmed with the volume of patients from the raid – including al-Baghdadi.

Local ISIS officials were reportedly roaming the streets with loudspeakers ordering residents to donate blood to help the wounded.

Striking Baghdadi would be the most significant blow yet in the campaign against ISIS, who have been defiant in the face of sustained air attacks from the U.S. Air Force and allies.

A provincial leader from Anbar in western Iraq, as well as his deputy, are said to be among those killed instantly by the bombs.

Al-Qaim and the neighbouring Syrian town of Albukamal are on a strategic supply route linking territory held by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

The so-called Caliph, who declared himself leader of all the world’s Muslims in a televised speech, was formerly a prisoner of the U.S. during their occupation of Iraq.

The shady figure was eventually released, and rose through the ranks of the jihadist groups which eventually united to form ISIS, or the Islamic State.” Read more.

Pentagon Silent As Iraqi Officials Say Airstrike Wounds Islamic State Group Leader – “Two Iraqi officials and state television say an airstrike in western Iraq wounded the leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Pentagon officials said they had no information on such a strike or al-Baghdadi being wounded. An Interior Ministry intelligence official told The Associated Press on Sunday that the strike happened early Saturday in the town of Qaim in Iraq’s Anbar province. The official, citing informants within the militant group, said the strikes wounded al-Baghdadi. A senior Iraqi military official also said he learned in operational meetings that al-Baghdadi had been wounded. Neither knew the extent of al-Baghdadi’s apparent injuries.” Read more.

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