Al Sharq today – The head of the Falcons Intelligence Cell in Iraq, Abu Ali Al-Basri, revealed how the “ISIS” organization infiltrated and killed its most senior leaders, close to its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Al-Basri said, “The Falcons cell was able to penetrate the lines and walls of the ISIS organization with its most senior leaders close to its leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai, nicknamed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which caused the organization to collapse and fragment.”
The head of the cell confirmed that he succeeded in recruiting agents and elements in the vicinity of “ISIS” and its leaders and cells of the organization spread all over the world. And he indicated that ISIS allowed to expand the base of women to infiltrate and participate in terrorist operations, as happened recently in Mosul, Syria and Tunisia.
Abu Ali Al-Basri added that these women still pose a threat to launching suicide and explosive operations on the population centers.
In his statements, he indicated that ISIS transferred some of its members in Syria to Sudan before the fall of the regime of President Omar al-Bashir, in addition to recruiting others in eastern and western Iran, the former Soviet Union and Indonesia, expecting them to move to the targeted areas later.
The head of the Falcons cell also revealed the names of the most prominent leaders who were killed by the cell in Iraq and Syria during the past three years.
Source: Al-Sabah Iraqi newspaper