Media reported about the death of the “second man” in ISIS
In Iraq, the terrorist, who is the Deputy leader of the “Islamic state” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to Iraqi TV, citing data from the military intelligence.
In Iraq in an airstrike commander was killed by a banned terrorist organization “Islamic state” (ISIS) Ayad al-Jumaili, reports Reuters, citing Iraqi state television.
According to military intelligence, who leads the Iraqi channel, al-Jumaili was killed near the town of El Kyme (Anbar governorate), near the Iraqi-Syrian border. Air strikes were inflicted by the air forces of Iraq; when did the bombing, not specified.
Reuters notes that Iraqi TV calls slain militants, “the war Minister” of ISIS and “second man” in the hierarchy of terrorists, after the group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
In early March, the Iraqi channel Al Sumaria reported that the leaders of the Shura and close to al-Baghdadi, the ISIS commanders have fled from the Iraqi province of Nineveh in Syria. The source channel also reported that al-Baghdadi stated the defeat of the terrorists in the fighting in Iraq and appealed to his followers with the “farewell speech” in which he explained to them, “what’s going on with the group” and encouraged to take refuge in the remote mountainous regions of Syria and Iraq.