Alliance International: Can not confirm the injury-Baghdadi[/ltr]
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The international coalition on Friday said he could not confirm reports of injury organize Daash Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader in air strikes recently.
He said coalition spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Chris Garver said in a statement that he had seen reports of injury-Baghdadi, but "does not have is confirmed at the moment."
The news was reported injured and the leaders of al-Baghdadi in Daash Thursday's raid on the US coalition convoy in the Iraqi-Syrian border.
There have been several reports of al-Baghdadi, without injury confirmed by the international coalition.
The British Daily Telegraph quoted in an article on the second of May 2015 from the Iraqi government sources as saying that the "al-Baghdadi has been crippled since March 18 / March of the same year after suffering a spinal cord, where the convoy targeted in Baaj village in the province of Nineveh, near the border with Syrian".
The newspaper indicated that it "after the attack and injury, the thought leaders that what he was subjected Baghdadi life-threatening, which called for the convening of the meeting an emergency for naming his successor," noting that "[Khalifa al-Baghdadi] Afri professor of physics and a large leading served with Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, when the organization was called state regulation in the name of Iraq. "
The paper quotes a consultant Hisham al-Hashimi, who it described as offering advice to the Iraqi government for organizing Daash, saying that Afri is "the most powerful man in the Daash after al-Baghdadi."
He also added that "al-Baghdadi injury did not affect the operations, but replace the al-Baghdadi could mean the beginning of the differences between foreign and Iraqi fighters."
She stressed the Iraqi Ministry of Defense in 14 of the May 2015 killing of [Afri] after the US military denied it "revealing" do Daash Bchieah and bury him in the village of Ein Talaoa his hometown. "In Tal Afar, Mosul.