New Delhi, May 09: The latest video of Abu Bakr al-Bagdadi is alarming. Back in 2014, when he released his first video, he was seen as confident and a man who was ready to take on the strongest of forces.
The 2019 video post the Sri Lankan attacks saw a stout Baghdadi seated to the ground. Sitting cross legged with an assault rifle, a heavier Baghdadi when compared to 2014 termed the attacks in Colombo as a revenge strike. The video was put out by Al-Furqan, the central media ministry of the Islamic State.
New Delhi, May 01: In the aftermath of the ghastly Sri Lanka bombings, the chief of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi issued a video message. This is in fact the first time he is appearing on video since his appearance in July 2014.
Sitting cross legged with an assault rifle, a heavier Baghdadi when compared t0 2014 termed the attacks in Colombo as a revenge strike. The video was put out by Al-Furqan, the central media ministry of the Islamic State.
New Delhi, May 02: Post the attacks in Sri Lanka, the government confirmed that several elite Muslims had in fact joined the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and subsequently returned.
However they remained in the open with earning the wrath of the law as the country has no provision to act against such persons. When the Islamic State fell in his strongholds, a message was issued by the outfit chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He went on to say that now the fighters should return to their homeland and carry out attacks there.
New Delhi, Aug 23: Abu Bakr al-Bhagdadi has resurfaced, there is a raging debate on whether terrorism is connected to unemployment. There has been a debate for long if terrorism is in fact connected to unemployment.
President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has accused The New York Times of foiling an attempt to kill Islamic State chief, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
On Tuesday the news of Islamic State chief and self professed Caliph, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi being killed surfaced again. This is the second in less than a month and 7th time over all that the news of his death has cropped up.
Self-professed Caliph, Abu Bakr al-Bhagdadi is dead and the news is almost 100 per cent correct, the Russian media has reported. The confirmation comes a week after the Russians had claimed that a missile strike may have killed the chief of the Islamic State.
Iraq, June 14: On June 10th a news report stated that the chief of the ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was injured in an air strike. Today according to Amaq the official news agency of the ISIS, Baghdadi had died.
This is however not for the first time that the news regarding the death of the ISIS chief who is nicknamed the invisible sheikh has surfaced.
An audio tape released by the ISIS with a message from its chief, Abu Bakr-Al Baghdadi confirms that he is still alive. Analysis of the audio message done by various agencies who have heard the tape confirm that it is infact the voice of Baghdadi on whom there are conflicting reports.
The Iran radio had reported recently that Baghdadi was dead while others said that he was badly injured in an air strike. However the news that is confirmed now is that Baghdadi is alive, but injured very badly.