the World's most wanted man - IS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi has reportedly survived an assassination attempt.
According to intelligence sources, it was one of the terror leader's own fighters who tried to assassinate him in January.
This writes the british newspaper the Guardian.
Baghdadi, who with good reason is known to keep in the shadows and control the terrorist group IS from its unknown hiding, was allegedly in a village near the town of Hajin in eastern Syria, when he was attacked by one of his own. the
the Attack led to a firefight that claimed the lives of several of the Baghdadis had a life, but not the head itself. He has subsequently fled into the desert.
Attantatmanden, who according to sources was a veteran of the ICE and one of the Baghdadis most trusted, also survived. ICE: now a bounty on the man.
the Islamic State had when they were on top of 70,000 fighters under its command, and had conquered a territory in excess of 90,000 square kilometers.
Now, it is estimated that they have a strength of 500.
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The past few months there have been rumors of internal turmoil in the organization. And the most recent attack is believed to be the culmination of the unrest, which can ultimately threaten the organization will disintegrate from the inside.