|Monday 11 February|
The British newspaper "The Guardian" on Monday, new details of the failed coup against Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the organization "Daash."
The Guardian published a report that included an exclusive interview by its correspondent Martin Schloof in Syria , "I saw the leader of the Islamic state organization with my eyes."
An eyewitness describes the newspaper's details of an attempted coup against the leader of the organization of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
According to the witness, foreign elements of the Da'ash organization fought a two-day battle against the guards of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but these people lost the battle and were killed.
The author of the article said that the witness who spoke to the Guardian after being smuggled from the last strongholds of the organization in eastern Syria, adding that "the fighting was in Alshchma, a village near Baguz in September." The
author of the report on the witness Juma Hammadi Hamdan ( "There were many tunnels between the houses, the majority of them from Tunisia, and many people were killed at the time," he said. "In September, the Kharijites tried to arrest him. There were fierce battles. .
Hamdan said al-Baghdadi had moved to Baagouz, adding that al-Baghdadi and his special guards had stayed in the area for almost six months before fleeing.
"He said," Everyone knew where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi lived and avoided going with his bodyguards to the center of the town, Red Opel ".
"The organization is calling for monitoring the prize for whoever brings the master plan of the coup or Muaz al-Jizri, a former foreign fighter."
The author of the report indicates that the town witnessed heavy fighting over the weekend and that "the Syrian Democratic Forces announced yesterday its control of 41 sites belonging to the terrorist organization," according to the author of the report.
He concluded by saying that he believed that the leaders of the organization are calling for foreign hostages held over the past five years and intend to bargain them when the time, including British journalist John Cantali.