The Russian Ministry of Defense has announced that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the Islamic State, an extremist Islamic terrorist organization, was killed in a Russian air raid in Syria by the end of May, but the news is still questioned by various countries. Russian Congressman Victor Ozerov on June 23 further said that almost "hundred percent" to determine Baghdadi has been killed dead.
The Russian warships along the Syrian coast launched a missile attack and killed many multinational intelligence officers.
"I think the news is almost 100% correct, and IS has not yet announced that he has appeared in any place to show up, adding to our correctness, and Baghdadi has been killed," said Ozelov, chairman of the House of Lords Security Committee.
And the Iraqi government forces compete for Baghdadi, IS (Islamic state) to 150 civilians.
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Russian officials have said last week that on May 28, when air strikes against Laka, more than Su-34 fighters (Su-34) and Su-35 fighters (Su-35) were bombed, The meeting site, launched a 10-minute bombing; then the Department of Defense and issued a statement, "through the pipeline verification, believe Baghdadi has been killed in the air raid.In addition, the air also killed about 30 IS middle leaders And 300 militants. "
However, armed groups and US officials in the local operations say that they are still skeptical of the news of Russia.
Islamic group of experts pointed out that the current do not see a clear successor, but that is called the Minister of Defense Iyard. Iyad al-Obaidi and security director Ayad Al Jumaili is the main competitor, although it is impossible to undertake Baghdad's "caliph" title, will be the commander of the Islamic state.