Islamic State Caliph Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Wounded in Air Strike, Reported Britain
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, caliph of Middle East’s dangerous organization Islamic States, has seriously injured in an air strike seriously injured in west side of Iraq, a British tabloid reported.
A statement also came out from an Iraq’s interior ministry spokesman, in which he has claimed for injuries of Islamic State Iraq and the Levant group’s leader in the result of air strike which done by US-led coalition in March, though he refused to give further information.
In history of Islamic States, it was first fatal attack which carried out on Al-Baghdadi who considers spiritual leader of Islam for Iraqi Sunni Muslim community as they all are part of the terror organization. It also said in report that since after the attack, al-Baghdadi has been recovering gradually and has not been paying full attention to group because of bad health.
The British news agency has claimed while saying that air strike was done militants when al-Baghdadi called an urgent meeting of senior leaders of Iraq-Syria militant group by believing he is on the target of US-led coalition and palm was being done to new caliph of ISIS.
However, another report was emerged from the Pentagon who stated that until any confirmation we can’t believe this kind of reports as some news agencies published reports about his injuries last year which was totally wrong.
On the other side, officials from a western diplomat and an Iraqi adviser have confirmed that US-led coalition carried out an air strike on March 18, in a district of Nineveh’s Al-Baaj which placed near the Syrian border.
Though, some reports noised in November and December that Al-Baghdadi had been injured in United States military offensive which was inaccurate as later it clarified by Iraqi insiders.