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Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi became the new leader of IS


On October 31, the Amaq news agency of the Islamic State group (IS) proclaimed itself to announce that Abi Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi was chosen as the new leader of the terrorist organization.

IS fighters at the time controlled a large territory in Syria and Iraq. Photo: Getty

Thus, Abi Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi became the successor to terrorist boss Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Amaq news agency published a 7-minute recording announcing the news, five days after the leader of the group. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up with his sons when surrounded by American commandos in the province Idlib, northern Syria.

According to the recording, IS spokesman Abu Hassan al-Muhajir was also killed a few hours later in an American air strike at Jarablus. The new IS spokesman is now Abu Hamza al-Qurayshi.

Abu Hamza al-Qurayshi said the new leader al-Qurashi declares himself a descendant of the Prophet's tribe Mohamed.

The recording urges believers to act on the call in the final message released in September of al-Baghdadi aims to rescue the imprisoned IS fighters and recruit new members to carry out the cause of this brutal terrorist organization.

In addition, the video also threatens to send to the US and swear IS will continue the fight in both the Middle East and outside the region.

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ISIS terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed. Photo: AP

On October 27 (October 27 at Vietnam time), during a press conference from the White House, US President Donald Trump announced that the US military had destroyed the number one leader of the Islamic State terrorist group (IS) ) proclaimed himself Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

President Trump said al-Baghdadi and his entourage were chased by US commandos and cornered in a dead-end tunnel. This notorious terrorist cried before exploding himself with his three sons.

On his personal Twitter page, President Trump posted the status line: "This is a victory for the United States." The US leader thanked Russia, Turkey, Iraq and Syria for supporting the United States to complete the campaign.

World media reported Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a top-secret US operation. According to Newsweek, the special operation of the US special task force was approved by US President Donald Trump himself one week before the event.

During the October 26 attack, US forces mobilized eight helicopters, two unmanned aircraft, two armored personnel carriers and several special forces to track a convoy in the town of Huras al- Din, near the Barisha area of ​​Idlib province. According to the source, the convoy was destroyed and the bodies were taken by American soldiers. The Pentagon said that, 15 hours later, a DNA test was conducted and confirmed it was al-Baghdadi.

RT Television reported that the Central Command Command (CENTCOM), General Frank McKenzie, on October 30, reported the campaign during a press conference at the Pentagon. He released a short black-and-white video showing American forces approaching the home of al-Baghdadi in Idlib, Syria.

Video raid and chase IS al-Baghdadi boss. Source: RT


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