The ‘Right Hand’ of Baghdadi Has Been Eliminated by Syrian Kurds

DAMASCUS, (BM) – Syrian Kurds decided to keep up with the United States in statements about the success of the fight against ISIS. If Donald Trump announced the day before that the leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been eliminated in the Syrian province of Idlib, then the Syrian Kurds announced that they had eliminated the second hierarchical person of the same terrorist group, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Topwar.

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Representatives of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS) published information about the alleged elimination of Abu Hassan al-Muhajir in the north of Aleppo province. Allegedly, the gunman was neutralized in the Syrian city of Jerablus.

Al-Muhajir was called the “right hand” of al-Baghdadi and the man who headed the ISIS information and communications service.

According to these reports, the liquidation occurred with the direct participation of one of the units of General Mazlum Abdi. This is the same Kurdish general who a few days ago called on the United States to introduce a no-fly zone over northern Syria. And it was this man who Ankara demanded from the United States to extradite to Turkey “for the administration of justice.”

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Recall that the announcement of the liquidation of the leader of ISIS al-Baghdadi was at least the seventh since the start of the military operation in Syria. One of the cases is statements in the Russian media with links to the Russian Ministry of Defense about the elimination of al-Baghdadi during an air raid. The remaining statements belong to the Americans. By the way, the Russian Defense Ministry has already expressed doubts about Washington’s statements that al-Baghdadi was indeed liquidated during the special operation.

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Source: Topwar

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