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Today, the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group announced the death of its leader. Abu al Hasan al Qurashiwho was nominated by the organization last March and appointed Abu al-Hussein al-Hussein al-Qurashi as the new “caliph”, according to an audio broadcast by the jihadist-linked audiovisual company Al Furqan.
“I regret to inform Muslims and to the soldiers of the Islamic caliphate, the death of the prince of believers, Abu al Hassan al Hashemi al Qurashiduring a battle where he fought the enemies of Allah,” IS spokesman Abu Omar al-Muhagher said in an audio recording.
He also said that after the meeting Dome The organization decided to “appoint Abu al-Hussein al-Hussein al-Qurashi as Caliph of the Muslims”, referring to the nickname of the new leader, whose real name and role in IS are still unknown.
The spokesman did not provide details on how or where the organization’s leader, who remained in the background after being appointed last March, died after his predecessor died in early February in a US operation in northwest Washington. Syria.
Latest information about the late leader IE It was proposed in June last year by the Turkish information portal Odatv, which assured that the caliph had been arrested in Istanbul a month earlier in the course of a secretly prepared international operation, although this moment was not officially confirmed.
This is the leader’s second death in a year. Islamic State.
Previous, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi, died on February 3 during a special forces operation USA in a house in the Syrian province of Idlib, a stronghold of the Syrian opposition in the northwest of the country.
Al-Qurashi was proclaimed caliph. Islamic State in 2019, after the death of his predecessor Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in another US operation, but during his time at the head of a weakened organization and deprived of vast territories that came to conquest in Syria and Iraq, his face was unknown, and his voice was not was heard.
After Baghdadi’s death, leaders Islamic State They were nicknamed Al-Qurashi in reference to the Quraysh (or Quraish in Spanish) tribe to which the Prophet Muhammad belonged and which the last two leaders used to legitimize themselves.
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