(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may be hiding out in a remote region of Afghanistan, a respected security expert has claimed.
The depraved terrorist is believed to have fled his bolthole, in either Iraq or Syria, when the terror regime’s caliphate in those countries collapsed.
And now it has been suggested that he has joined other ISIS leaders and fighters who left the region to join up with the terror cult’s faction in eastern Afghanistan known as Islamic State- Khorasan Province or simply IS-KP.
Zaid Hamid, a founding member of the BrassTacks threat analysis think tank, pointed out that in his latest viral video address he was seated on furnishings peculiar to the region.
The veteran of the Afghan-Soviet war tweeted: “This is a grab from the latest video of ISIS leader Baghdadi.