Trump: The US knows about who is the new leader of “ISIS”

Terrorists keep secret the real name of the new leader of the so-called “Caliphate.”

A day after the terrorist group “Islamic state” revealed the name of its new leader, President Donald Trump said that the United States knows who led the “ISIS.”

“We know exactly who he is!”–wrote the President on Twitter, without going into details.

Amaq News Agency said a new leader under the pseudonym Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi headed the terrorist group. This name, according to analysts, means that the new leader of the “ISIS” comes from the Hashemite clan of the Kurashi tribe, is a direct descendant of the prophet Muhammad – the “Caliph” of the “Islamic state” can only be a person descended from Muhammad.

Experts from the SITE investigation team also suggest that al-Qurashi is both a scholar and a warrior-Islamists call him the “scholar of all scholars” who “attacked the defender of the cross-America.”

The official authorities have not yet publicly announced who the new head of the “Caliphate” really is. Some analysts suggest that under the pseudonym al-Kurashi hides Haji Abdullah, one of the main ideologues of “ISIS”. Also known as Amir Mohammed Said Abdal-Rahman al-Mawla, he is a religious figure who rose to prominence in the group and was one of the authors of the massacres and kidnappings of the Yazidis, a religious minority in Syria and Iraq.
The name of Abdullah Kardesh, a former Iraqi military man, is also mentioned, although experts suggest that Kardesh and Haji Abdullah are different people.

However, according to analysts, “ISIS” will try as long as possible to keep secret the identity of the new “Caliph.”

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
Function: Editor