- ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is said to have issued a statement called 'farewell speech'
- al-Baghdadi reported to have ordered fighters to flee, hide of launch suicide attacks
- His farewell speech comes as Iraqi army units seized back the last major road out of western Mosul
ISIS militant have been ordered to run away and hide as terror chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi finally admits fanatics facing oblivion in Iraq.
The terror group leader told the fighters to flee or kill themselves in suicide attacks. Al-Baghdadi’s was distributed among ISIS preachers and clerics in parts of Iraq it still controls.
According to reports by a local media Al Arabiya, Iraqi television network Alsumaria, al-Baghdadi encouraged ISIS non-Arab fighters to return to their homes or blow themselves up with the promise of '72 women in heaven'.
ISIS chief has maintained a low profile despite declaring himself leader of a renewed ‘Muslim caliphate’ but last year released a defiant audio message urging his supporters to defend the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
U.S. has been conducted surveillance in an effort to track his whereabouts and take him out. In a number of raids, the jihadist group leader has managed to escape narrowly.