The leader of the Islamic State could have been transferred to a Turkish hospital after been injured in an attack to his convoy.
The CIA could had had actual contact with the Turkish intelligence services to coordinate the transfer Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, leader and commander of the terrorist group, as the Arabic-language al-Manar TV reported on Wednesday over information provided by unidentified sources.
As it was reported on Wednesday, Al Baghdadi and some other members of the terrorist group were severely injured in the Iraqi army’s airstrike held by Falcons (a special unit of Iraqi’s Armed Forces) on his convoy in Western Anbar province, as they were on their way to Al- Karable, in order to meet with some of the commanders of the organization.
Arab media have also informed that about two dozens of jihadis were killed in the attack and some others were captured by the Iraqi Army. These last ones confirmed that ISIS highest leader was actually injured in the airstrike.