ISIS Leaders Arrested By Masked Gunman


ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi  reportedly ordered the arrest of some his top lieutenants near Mosul, on charges of treason.

Iraqi News reports:

Nineveh – Media officials with the Ministry of Defense announced on Wednesday, that the so-called ‘masked terrorist’ arrested dozens of prominent ISIS leaders on charges of treason, while pointed out that the arrest operations were carried out by orders of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The officials said in a press statement obtained by, “A terrorist called ‘the masked gunman’ arrested dozens of ISIS senior leaders by orders of the criminal al-Baghdadi on charges of treason,” pointing out that, “The arrested were also made to transfer their families after the arrival of the security forces near Mosul and the intensity of air strikes.”

The statement added, “The arrest operations led to noticeable collapse in the ISIS ranks.”

Edmondo Burr

BA Economics/Statistics
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