the terrorist group Islamic State has got a new ansigtigt action. The new leader is one of the founders of the organization, Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Sabi.

It writes The Guardian on the basis of sources in several intelligence agencies.

According to the Guardian, he was appointed as the leader in the hours after us special forces killed the forhendværende leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Syria in October last year. In this context, proclaimed president Trump, that IS-the leader ‘died like a dog’. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadis death was confirmed by Donald Trump. Photo credit: Twitter
even Though the ICE immediately after appointed their new leader by a different name – Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi, there was talk about a name that no intelligence sources knew it.

The now confirmed leader has in particular shown the cold-blooded handlekræft. Since he assumed control last year, ICE conducted a long series of attacks both in and outside the Iraq. In southern Iraq considers a kurdish serviceman, that every month will be carried out 60 attacks, writes The Guardian.

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Sabi, as he is called, ended up in august on the FBI’s list of ‘most wanted’. Here stood, that he was a ‘potential successor’ to lsitens number one, Baghdadi. The reward for information that could get him apprehended, was five million dollars – about 30 million Danish kroner.

Sabi is not like most others in the IS arab, but turkmener from the nordirakiske city of Tal Afar. His brother, Adel Sabi, is a member of a party in Turkey, ‘Tyrkmen Iraqi Front. He is believed to have kept in touch with the brother, until he was appointed as the leader.

Sabi is a graduate in sharia law from Mosuls university and is believed to be one of the most influential ideologues among the remaining members.

He is, according to The Guardians sources of intelligence, one of the leading figures behind the genocide of the minority of yazidier in 2014. According to the U.S. state department, he has helped to plan several terrorist attacks around the world.

He was in 2004 held in the famous ‘ICE prison’ Camp Bucca in southern Iraq. Here he met, among others, Islamic State’s former leader, Baghdadi.

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