Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Islamic State Used 17 Suicide Car Bombs And 300 Fighters To Help Leader al-Baghdadi Flee Mosul Two Months Ago



Daily Mail: ISIS used '17 suicide car bombs and 300 fighters to clear a path for leader al-Baghdadi to escape Mosul'

* ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'escaped from the siege two months ago'
* Fuad Hussein, chief of staff to Kurdish President Masoud Barzani, said self-declared Caliph used suicide car bombs to clear the road leading out of Mosul
* Added that ISIS would only carry out such an elaborate operation for the leader

The leader of ISIS used 17 suicide car bombs and 300 fighters to clear an escape path during the siege of Mosul, according to a senior Kurdish official.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi escaped from Mosul two months ago when the road to the west was briefly re-opened by an ISIS fighter counter attack, claims Fuad Hussein.

The chief of staff to Kurdish President Masoud Barzani, told the Independent that the self-declared Caliph used the fighters to clear a road leading out of the city.

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More News On How ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Escaped Mosul

Isis used 17 suicide car bombs 'to help leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi flee Mosul' -- The Independent
ISIS boss al-Baghdadi reportedly escaped capture by minutes -- FOX News
ISIS Leader Baghdadi Fled Iraq with the Help of Suicide Bombers -- Newsweek
IS Chief Al-Baghdadi has fled Mosul long time ago: PM Abadi -- Iraqi News
Where is ISIS leader Baghdadi? The US isn’t quite sure -- Al Arabiya

6 comments:

Aizino Smith said...

Will Al Baghdadi be found living in Pakistan like Bin Laden ...


Or more likely will Turkey host him?

Anonymous said...

nope, the CIA

Aizino Smith said...

Lefty Anon.

You're so stupid you are cute, like a bitch'n little Gremlin.

Caecus said...

And no one involved in the siege foresaw that IS might do this. Baghdadi fled over open ground and there were no aircraft or drones to intercept the convoy.

Anonymous said...

Caecus - it does smell fishy. I would be surprised if they didn't see him leave. 17 suicide car bombs and 300 fighters and no one is supposed to notice, especially as he was suspected to be there and was suspected to flee.. the question is why didn't they take him out at that time? Sure, he might have had civilians all around him as a shield, but even then they could have tried to stop the convoy... unless they feel it's better to let him go and take him out at a later point...doesn't sound right unless they have already someone close to him who not only can tell them where he is at any time but also gives them Intel about his plans. ..now that Sounds more logical and likely..why behead the snake if you risk another head to pop up somewhere that you don't have Intel on and that might be even crazier

Aizino Smith said...

Targeting Abu Bakr when he was escaping would be targeting a leader and Lefties do not do that.