Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s right-hand man killed by Syrian Army in Deir Ezzor

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s right-hand man killed by Syrian Army in Deir Ezzor

Also known by his nom de guerre “Abu Hatem Albu ‘Umar”, Tarek ‘Abdullah was one of the Islamic State’s most prominent field commanders inside Syria.

AhlulBayt News Agency - On Monday, the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham’s (ISIS) self-proclaimed “caliph”, Ibrahim Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, received news that his right-hand man, Tarek Khalaf ‘Abdullah, was reportedly killed by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

Also known by his nom de guerre “Abu Hatem Albu ‘Umar”, Tarek ‘Abdullah was one of the Islamic State’s most prominent field commanders inside Syria.

The ISIS commander was arguably one of Baghdadi’s most trustworthy commanders in Syria, leading several terrorist operations against the Syrian government and People’s Protection Units (YPG).

Tarek ‘Abdullah’s death could not come at a worse time for Baghdadi, as his forces face a serious threat from the Iraqi Army at the Al-Qa’im border-crossing and provincial capital of the Nineveh Governorate (Mosul).

'Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi' returns to Iraq's Nineveh province

Iraq's local sources disclosed that the leader of the ISIL terrorist group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has returned to Iraq from Syria and is now hiding in Nineveh province.

"Al-Baghdadi and a group of ISIL commanders have stealthily returned to Iraq's Nineveh province," the Arabic-language Sumeria News quoted an unnamed local Iraqi source as saying.

Al-Baghdadi has returned to Nineveh province through ISIL-controlled desert roads in Iraq and Syria, added the source.

The source noted that Al-Baghdadi is now hiding in an unknown place in Nineveh province.

The ISIL Leader is running a secret life as his life is at stake more than anyone in the world now. Al-Baghdad's terrorist group is under massive airstrike by the Syrian, Russian and Iraqi Air Forces all throughout the Western Iraq and Eastern Syria.

While reports earlier this year said the ISIL leader was always on the move between Iraq's Mosul and Syria's Raqqa - the self-proclaimed capital of the terrorist group - tips and intel revealed in November that Al-Baghdadi had moved from the Syrian city of Albu Kamal to the Iraqi city of Mosul in Nineveh province.

In early March, informed intelligence sources disclosed that the al-Baghdadi had moved from Turkey to Libya to escape the hunt operation of the Baghdad Intelligence Sharing Center after he was traced down and allegedly targeted a number of times in Iraq and the Syria.

"Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who was injured in Syria was sent to Turkey for treatment and from there he was sent to Libya," the Arabic-language media outlets quoted former Egyptian intelligence officer Hesam Kheirullah as saying.

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