Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Abu Qutaiba, one of ISIS’ Friday prayer leaders will not be meeting his 72 virgins after the group burnt him alive for slightly confirming the death of the ISIS group leader, Al-Baghdadi. He was burnt July 2 in Tal Afar.

Abu was unfortunate during his Friday sermons, and burst into tears after mentioning the ISIS leader name, hinting that the man himself is dead.


According to a local who spoke to Alsumaria News TV confirmed the news that Abu was later arrested after his sermon, and he was executed. He went on to recite verse from the Quran that is said for the deceased during his speech, raising a lot of questions from the group members.

Sources close to ISIS and the terrorist group are yet to say anything about Al-Baghdadi's death after Russia claimed to have killed him in an airstrike.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi might have died following a Russian airstrike in May 28. The Russian defence ministry said that it is now investigating the report that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was also killed in the airstrike.


The airstrike was carried out at the outskirt of the ISIS stronghold city, Raqqa. According to Russian state news agency, Tass;

According to information, which is being verified via different channels, the meeting was also attended by the IS leader Ibrahim Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was eliminated in the strike.

The US army, though at different times have claimed to have killed the ISIS leader, then it turns out he was not killed, or only injured in the airstrike.

The leaders were discussing exit strategy from the so-called Southern corridor, when the airstrike killed them, also in late May,  330 field commanders and militants, in the southern suburb of Syria’s Raqqa were targeted Russia Air forces.



Iraq: In what might have come as a big blow to Daesh group, the assistant of ISIS leader, Abu Harith al-Matuiti has been apprehended by Iraq forces. He was arrested based on solid intelligence information in Hayy al-Bakr areas in the eastern side of Mosul.


This comes just as Iraq predicted it will throw out ISIS from its country in 3-months.

Predicting the collapse of ISIS in Iraq is the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, he said;

They (Americans) used to talk about a really long period, but the remarkable successes achieved by our brave and heroic fighters reduced that. I foresee that in Iraq it will take three months.

The recent news might means that the Iraqi forces are closing down on arresting the terrorist head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and three other commanders have been rushed to a secret location after an assassin poisoned his food. The food was reported to be poisoned at the Be'aaj district, southwest of Nineveh.


According to a source that spoke to the  Iraqi news agency WAA, the four were suffering from "severe poisoning" and was transferred to an unknown location under strict measures.

ISIS has launched a campaign to track down those responsible for the food poisoning.


An unconfirmed report is saying that the leader of Radical Islamic terrorist group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi might have gone to get his own 72 virgins earlier than planned, as he is being reported to have been killed in a US-led coalition airstrike in Raqqa.


According to Turkish local media, Yenisafak, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed on Sunday morning in Raqqa, but there is no report or statement from Pentagon or any of the coalition forces yet. 

According to official news agency of the Daesh group, a statement reads;

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed by coalition airstrikes on Raqqa on the fifth day of Ramadan.


The recent heavy war declared on ISIS by ISIS might be yielding results after a convoy carrying the ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was hit by an airstrike at Iraqi province of Anbar. The ISIS leader convoy was travelling to a meeting to meet other ISIS top leaders close to the Syrian border.


The location where the meeting was to hold was also hit by the Iraqi airstrike too, and have reported that many of the top leaders were killed, but the fate of the ISIS leader is unknown. In a statement that was released by the military, it said;

 Iraqi air forces have bombed the convoy of the terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi while he was heading to Karabla to attend a meeting with Daesh commanders. The location of the meeting was also bombed and many of the group's leaders were killed and wounded. 



American hostage, Kayla Muller, before her death earlier this year have been reported to be repeatedly raped by ISIS leader, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi. US officials says on Friday.

Her parents,  Carl and Marsha Mueller, were told by the US government that their daughter was repeatedly raped by the Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, and was also tortured during his days of captivity in the Islamic state. Mueller was captured when she was 26, and would have turned 27 on Friday.

We were told Kayla was tortured, that she was the property of al-Baghdadi. We were told that in June by the government," Kayla's parents, Carl and Marsha Mueller, told ABC News today.

The Islamic state reported on Friday that Kayla was killed when a Jordanian fighter jet bombed a building she was being held captive outside Raqqa,a stronghold in Syria of the Islamist militant group.


Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, an Iraqi who calls himself "caliph" is the ruler of the ISIS terrorist group and had personally brought Kayla to be imprisoned inside the home of Abu Sayaff,a Tunisian in charge of oil and gas revenue for the group.

After that, he had made regular visits to the same compound to meet with Abu Sayaff and also to sexually assault Kayla Mueller.

In an attempt to save Kayla, the U.S. Army's elite hostage-rescue and counter-terrorism unit known as Delta Force conducted a ground raid to kill Sayaff, but was forced to kill him when he raised a weapon.

She had used a year and a half, before now, a lot of speculations were that she had co-operated to be a jihadist bride, something the FBI told her parents that is a rumour among officials, this upsets her parents about such rumour.


The speculation was based on a smuggled letter released by her family in which Kayla wrote that she was completely fine, and also said she was "completely unharmed + healthy (put on weight in fact); I have been treated w/ the utmost respect + kindness".

Kayla was seized in August 2013, while leaving a hospital in Aleppo in Northern Syria. She had gone to Syria in December 2012 to work for a Turkish organization providing humanitarian aid to Syrian refugees along the Syrian border.

The information about  Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi came from different sources, including the US interviews with at least 2 Yezidi girls held as sex slaves in Sayaff's compound and also the interrogation of Sayaff's wife, who was captured during the raid in which her husband was killed.


An Iraq press news has reported that the Islamic State (IS) has killed one of their top commanders and  Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's representative in the city of Mosul,  Abu Usman al-Hassan.


Al-Hassan was reported to be planning a coup against the extremist group. This move prompted a lot of Syrian and Arab fighters to withdraw towards Raqqa.

 ISIS executed the commander inside Mosul after severe disagreements between him and a number of other commanders," an eyewitness told the outlet. He was accused of conspiring against the 'caliphate state.'

Hassan is a member of ISIS and a member of the Mosul Shura Council, a city that was seized by the terrorist sect in June 2014. 

Abu Usman al-Hassan is a prominent leader in the group and good friend of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi