ISIS Leader ‘DEAD’ as Terror Group Leaders ‘Will Meet to Appoint Successor’
Leaders of the brutal ISIS terror group have reportedly met in secret to discuss who will become their new headman fuelling rumours that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed.
Although there has not yet been any reports confirming his death, initial reports suggest he died following ongoing fighting in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has received information claiming the terror cell's tyrannical leaders have been called for an emergency meeting in Iraq.
In October reports surfaced suggesting al-Baghdadi who has led Daesh since June 2014 had been taken seriously ill after an assassin poisoned his food.
Rumours al-Baghdadi has been killed have been fuelled by the fact that he has not been seen since September, when he was seen travelling through Mosul under heavy guard.
The Iraqi army continue to bombard the city of Mosul and appear to be making good progress.
If the latest rumours prove to be true then the death cult's reign of terror could crumble.
In August, a US drone strike allegedly killed ISIS' chief propagandist Abu Mohamed al-Adnani - the terror group's number two commander as top leaders are gradually picked off.
The alleged death of the leading jihadi comes after it was revealed one SAS sniper has recently reached a 'century' of kills after sniping his 100th victim in the battle against ISIS in Mosul, express reported.
Despite this positive news, security service Europol admitted it is indisputable that ISIS terrorists have entered Europe posing as war-ravaged refugees and will look to target western cities.
A Europol report claimed: The jihadists using the migration flows may only be 'expendable' footmen, while highly trained and expert operatives may be provided with genuine or false travel documents and use more sophisticated routes.
Source: Al Alam