New ISIS leader unmasked months after death of Baghdadi in Syria


ISIS’ new leader has been unmasked. This is coming months after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died in a raid ordered by President Donald Trump .

Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Salbi, who is one of the terror group’s founding members, is now the group’s tyrant, intelligence sources say.

He has overseen operations around the globe according to reports.

Born into an Iraqi Turkmen family in the town of Tal Afar, al-Salbi is one of the few non-Arabs among the leadership.

He led the enslavement of Iraq’s Yazidi minority and rose through the ranks quickly, it’s believed.

And al-Salbi has at least one son, it’s also claimed.

Al-Baghdadi was killed in October during a military raid in Syria.

It was reported Baghdadi detonated a suicide vest after realising he had no chance of escape during the US special forces raid.

The hate-filled thug spent his final moments in “utter fear, total panic and dread,” it’s said.

His two wives were also reportedly killed in the firefight, with no injuries to US forces.

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