- Evil ISIS chief reportedly killed after coalition air strike'
- Al-Baghdadi killed in air strike on ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria: OSINTreport
- The coalition did not immediately comment on the report
- On Monday 13th June 2016, an Iraqi TV channel 'Al-Sumaria' reported that Baghadi had been wounded
Unverified OSINT reports that ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi allegedly was killed in air raids in Syria by the US-led coalitions, corresponding reports said on Monday.
ISIS leader reportedly died in an air strike that targeted on ISIS’s stronghold if Raqqa in northern Syria as reported by Iranian State media and pro-government Turkish daily Yenis Safak.
Also an Arabic news agency, al-Amaq reported that ISIS self-proclaimed ‘caliph’ al-Baghdadi was killed on Sunday citing other OSINT reports.
If reports of the death of the ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi are confirmed as positive, it will be a huge blow to the deadly terrorist group that is wreacking havoc in Syria, Iraq and has extended its foothold in Libya.
(More Update to Follow)