Iraq: capture of Qardash, heir of al Baghdadi, announced

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Iraqi intelligence has announced the capture of Abdul Nasser Qardash, who is candidate to succeed Abu Bakr al Baghdadi for leading ISIS after his death following an American blitz in Syria last October. He reports it al Arabiya online, citing what the Iraqi services told the local media


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According to reports al Arabiyathe arrest came “after a thorough investigation of the services,” reads the statement from the Iraqi National Intelligence Service. “Qardash – reported the Iraqi services – has held leadership positions in the organization since the time of Al-Zarqawi, until it reached the role of head of the delegated committee under the al Baghdadi caliphate, and led the battles in Baghuz”.However, its current role in the terrorist organization is not clear. The head announced at the helm of ISIS is Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Salbi who has several aliases including Haj Abdullah, Abu Abdullah al-Qurashi and Abdullah Qardash but not Abdul Nasser Qardash.




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The final raid that led to the capture and arrest of al Qardash comes a month after Mustafa al Kadhimi, the former head of Iraqi intelligence, became the country’s prime minister. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed by U.S. forces during a raid on the Syrian city of Idlib on 26 October.

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