Airplanes of the US-led coalition and the Iraqi Air Force (IrAF) dropped thousands of leaflets over the central Iraqi city of Ramadi on April 3 promising a reward of up to $25 millions U.S. dollars for any information about ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
“ISIS leader and his fighters stole your land and killed your people … He is now safely hiding away from the destruction and death that he planted … With your information, you can take revenge on him,” one of the leaflets reads.
The fate of al-Baghdadi and his whereabouts remain unknown. Some reports claims that the terrorist leader is hiding in eastern Iraq, while others suggest that he may be taking shelter in the last ISIS stronghold in central Syria, the Homs desert.
Last month, U.S. envoy for Syria, Jim Jeffrey, said that the US-led coalition will continue its fight against ISIS and added that the whereabouts of the terrorist group leader are still unknown.
These new leaflets were dropped only over al-Ramadi, which indicates that the US-led coalition believe that al-Baghdadi is hiding somewhere in the city. However, there is no reliable information to back this theory.
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