Despite their previous knowledge that she's there, the Turkish intelligence arrests al-Baghdadi's sister with her family including children and 4 other Iraqis from a camp near Azaz city • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Despite their previous knowledge that she’s there, the Turkish intelligence arrests al-Baghdadi’s sister with her family including children and 4 other Iraqis from a camp near Azaz city

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a raid carried out by Turkish Forces on a camp near Azaz city in the northern countryside of Aleppo during the last evening hours, where sister of the leader of the “Islamic State” Organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was arrested with her husband and the wife of her son and her grandchildren who are 5 children, in addition to arresting 4 Iraqi people who are not known whether they belong to the organization or not, it is worth mentioning that al-Baghdadi’s sister has been in this camp for some time, and Turkish intelligence knows that she is there, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 27th of October 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights continues to keep up with the events that took place in Barisha area north of Idlib city on Saturday evening, where reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that the “CIA and Autonomous Administration’s intelligence in north and northeast Syria” had intelligence information about the presence of leaders of the first-ranks of the ” Islamic State” Organization in Barisha area, among them is Abu al-Yaman, who is an “Emir of Security Forces in the Levant” and close to al-Baghdadi and appeared next to him in the latest Video version of al-Baghdadi, while sources added to the Syrian Observatory that the operation was delayed despite the presence of strong intelligence; due to the launch of “Peace Spring” operation east Euphrates.

Going back to details of what happened last night, the U.S. helicopters which came from inside the Turkish territory, carried out a landing in the area and clashed with those how were near the targeted house west of Barisha, and among the 9 casualties there are 2 women and a child, while the targeted house was purchased by a jihadi leader a few days ago and identified himself in front of people of the area that he is from Aleppo, also sources reported to the Syrian Observatory that the operation which took place at 09:30 GMT, participated in it Arab intelligence in addition to airstrikes by helicopters and the accompanying warplane.

The Syrian Observatory published this morning that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored an attack carried out by a squadron of 8 helicopters escorted by an International Coalition warplane; on positions where the “Islamic State” Organization is located in Barisha area north of Idlib city just after midnight of yesterday, where the helicopters targeted the Organizations’ positions by intense and violent strikes for about 120 minutes, accompanied by targeting by the Jihadis for the helicopters with heavy weapons, and the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 9 people in the attack of the Coalition helicopters, and it is not known yet whether Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the leader of the “Islamic State” Organization was among the killed people, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, in addition to information about other casualties.

The Syrian Observatory published in early September that the number of casualties continues to rise as a result of targeting positions and camp of the jihadi “Wa Harred al-Mu’minin” operations room on Saturday, where it rose to 51, the number of Jihadis who were killed in bombing by the International Coalition targeted their headquarters and camp in the area between Kafriya and Idlib city, where 24 of the casualties are leaders the vast majority of them of non-Syrian nationalities, and many of the were turned into pieces and some of them were burnt, and this bombing by the Coalition left huge destruction in the camp and the area.

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