A senior ISIS leader called on elements of the organization to Violating the pledge to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and “hit his neck” to be an example to others, while conflicting reports about the whereabouts of the organization’s leader.
The invitation came from Abu Muhammad al-Husseini al-Hashemi, who held important positions in the ISIS, which sources said, according to the site of the Lebanese newspaper “Nahar” on Monday, that he was the cousin of al-Baghdadi.
Call Hashemi came through a new book issued by him, and carried the title: “Stop hands on allegiance to Baghdadi”,
It consists of 231 pages, and was reviewed and submitted by two other leaders of the organization, namely Abu Abdul Rahman al-Mardawi and Khabab Jazrawi.
The book highlighted the major violations of the leader of the organization, including that al-Baghdadi killed many of the jurists of the organization and “jihadists” who have declared loyalty to him,
And moved from al-Qaeda to his group after the establishment of the “state”, occupying large areas of Iraq and Syria.
This book raises questions about the great conflict taking place in the first ranks of the organization’s leaders, the aggravation of the schisms, and the possibility of al-Baghdadi being assassinated in the future by the leaders and soldiers of the organization.
Although many of the forces involved in the war in Syria and Iraq declared the elimination of the ISIS and claimed that the “victory” was in their hands, none of them addressed the fate of the organization’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, after the lands he had completely controlled.
The “Euphrates Post” has obtained information earlier in its sources, stating that most of the remaining leaders of the first row of the organization took the Syrian desert stretching from Deir al-Zour to Palmyra on the Syrian-Iraqi border, which includes many hills and free from human gatherings .
According to the same sources, al-Baghdadi no longer led the organization actually for about a year and a half, and took over the government and the so-called “Commission authorized,” or “Kradish”
Its center was the town of Mayadin in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, composed of 12 members of the organization’s leadership, before the city emerged from their control.
The absence of al-Baghdadi from the scene completely, led to major splits within the organization for about a year, and developed into clashes in April last,It was the first of its kind. Its members were divided between supporters of the Caliph, and although al-Baghdadi did not appear for a long time, they remained loyal to what they saw as “a symbol of allegiance to the Caliph.”
The second section consists mostly of other Arab, Asian or other nationalities. They have demanded the allegiance of a second Emir, who is in the field with the fighters in the rest of the areas that have been under control and have been besieged for months.
These developments, called at the time supporters of “Baghdadi”, to issue a fatwa describing opponents of the “Caliph” Khoarij “, Which requires fighting and “captivity” of their women, and was announced this provision from the platforms in the Friday sermons mosques were located in areas controlled by the organization at the time.
Baghdadi, 46, is an Iraqi national and his real name is Ibrahim al-Samarrai. He split from al-Qaeda in 2013, two years after the killing of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
The last public photograph of al-Baghdadi, as he ascended the minaret of Mosque of Nuri in Mosul, 2014, declares the establishment of the “Caliphate State” and calls itself a “successor”.