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ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi ‘escapes’ Mosul minutes before US-led coalition airstrike

Al-Baghdadi is one lucky guy, or he is one well tipped off terrorist.

As the Iraq army prepares to liberate Mosul from ISIS, the leader of the caliphate, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, escaped a US-led coalition airstrike on the occupied city.

Al-Baghdadi is very much like Bin Laden was back in the day, before the Obama Administration took Bin Laden out and quickly buried him at sea…he moves around frequently to avoid getting droned, or falling victim to a US-Iraqi airstrike.

Only ISIS’s inner circle knows of his whereabouts…and maybe this guy also knows where her is…


During a meeting of ISIS commanders, where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself was in attendance, a US-led coalition airstrike just barely missed taking out the Daesh leader. Don’t you hate when that happens.

Sputnik News reports on Al-Baghdadi’s  miraculous last minute escape.

Islamic State (ISIL or Daesh) jihadist group ringleader Abu Bakr Baghdadi escaped an airstrike in the Iraqi campaign to liberate the northern city of Mosul minutes ahead of an attack, local security sources told Sputnik on Monday. “Baghdadi escaped at the last moment from the airstrike on a meeting among commanders in Mosul,” the sources said without clarifying whether the strike was conducted by Iraqi forces or the US-led coalition.

Perhaps Al-Baghdadi decided to take advantage of the US-Saudi open corridor in Mosul that will allow upwards of 7,000 terrorists to escape the Iraqi city before the attack and relocate to the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor.

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