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10 facts about ISIS leader

 

ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdad, was killed during military operation
carried out by US troops in northwest Syria on Sunday, the following
facts about one of the world’s most wanted men are brought forward to
the public.
*He  was born Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al-Samarrai on 28 July 1971.
*He is a citizen of Iraq.
*He is the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
*In 2014, he appeared in a video announcing a “caliphate” in regions
they controlled, which include, large swathes of Syria and
neighbouring Iraq. His faction of ISIS was known as the Islamic State
of Iraq and the Levant (alternately, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).
*After his 2014 video, he disappeared from sight and was only seen in
another video in April 2011
*The US State Department placed a $25 million bounty on his head.
*He was erroneously reported dead several times in recent years.
*Though his faction of ISIS has lost its physical territory, it had
spread from the Middle East to Asia and Africa.
*He was nicknamed Abu Dua; “The Ghost”.
*He was educated at University of Baghdad, the largest university in Iraq.

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