sources said that only a few hours after arresting Abu Qatibeh on
charges of internal sedition, the terrorist group burnt him in front of
tens of people in the Central part of Tal Afar.
al-Baghdadi, implicitly endorsed earlier revelations about the death of
ISIL’s ring leader and cried for him in his Friday Prayers sermon, which
raised several questions. ISIL kept mum on the issue at first, but
later arrested him and executed him on charges of sedition,” the source
went on to say.
house of Friday Prayers leader in the town of Tal Afar Abu Qatibeh and
arrested him over his remarks about the fate of al-Baghdadi on Friday.
Qatibeh, who is a close friend to al-Baghdadi, and arrested him. Abu
Qatibeh did not resist against arrest,” the source said.
implied al-Baghdadi’s death, causing vast arguments among ISIL members
about their leader’s fate,” the source went on to say.
The source went on to say that the ISIL has kept
mum on the fate of Baghdadi and it has not thus far rejected his death
in an airstrike in Syria a few weeks ago, adding that ISIL’s silence
about the death of al-Baghdadi is perhaps related to the decision about