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    Egypt: Al-Baghdadi's death is a sign of a struggle for leadership and his successor will move to Afg

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    Post by Rocky Wed 12 Jul 2017, 2:10 am

    Egypt: Al-Baghdadi's death is a sign of a struggle for leadership and his successor will move to Afghanistan and the Philippines

    Arab and international  Since 2017-07-11 at 16:22 (Baghdad time)

    Follow up of Mawazine News
    "The terrorist organization has confessed to the killing of its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in a brief statement through its media outlets in Tal Afar district, west of Mosul," said the observatory of the Fatwa al-Takfiri and the extremist views of the Egyptian Fatwa House. He called on his militants to continue what he called stability in the strongholds of the state of succession and not dragged behind the sedition, according to the statement.
    The organization's recognition of al-Baghdadi's death came days after the Dar al-Ifta Observatory confirmed the news of his death, after analyzing the various indicators and contexts that all pointed to the killing of al-Baghdadi and the organization's attempt to hide the news to preserve the morale of its terrorist elements and prevent the emergence of splits and disturbances within the organization. To kill him and to announce his successor soon.
    The Observatory pointed out that the delay in the naming of Khalifa al-Baghdadi in the organization is only a strong indication of the existence of a struggle for the leadership of the terrorist organization, and the leaders of the organization sought to heal this rift and move quickly towards the new leader of the organization to the world and to the fighters of " Which is under the control of the organization.
    It is likely that the new Egyptian Caliphate will move to one of the areas designated as a new stronghold after the fall of Al-Raqqa and Mosul, and it is likely to move to Afghanistan or the southern Philippines. The organization went to the Philippines instead of Syria

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