Monday, 3 April 2017

How world's most wanted terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi escaped capture by minutes

 The world's most wanted terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi escaped being captured by Iraqi special forces 'by a matter of minutes' in 2013 according to a new documentary on the 45-year-old hate preacher's life.
The movie: 'Abu Bakr- al-Baghdidi: In The Footsteps Of The Most Powerful Man In The World by Moroccan documentary maker Sofia Amara claims Iraq's elite Falcon Brigade missed the terrorist by just minutes.
The terrorist escaped from the house in northern Baghdad trough a specially-camouflaged bolt hole in the floor.


By the time the troops discovered the trapdoor, al-Baghdadi had escaped.
The terrorist, who has a £20 million bounty on his head, is believed to be hiding out in the desert outside the besieged city of Mosul.


Amara told the Mirror that she spent a year following the ISIS leader and spoke to childhood friends, a former wife and some sex slave.

The documentary, which was shown on French television last week, also heard from an ex-wife Saja.
She claimed al-Baghdadi would return home in the evening and look after his cat. Saja said she had a daughter, Hagar, with the terrorist. She and her daughter are in hiding having been threatened by ISIS.
One girl named Suzanne described al-Baghdadi's house as a 'whorehouse'.
She said: '
There was sex all the time. His wives were fighting over who would wear more make-up than the other.
'They used to bring girls for him to have sex with, and he would stay in the house and never go fighting.'

 



Culled from Daily Mail

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