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Mohammed Ali Sajet, one of the closest confidants of Abu Bakr al-Baghdad, revealed that ISIS terrorists are burying $ 25 million in the Iraqi desert, which was later discovered by shepherds

One of the closest confidants of Abu Bakr al-Baghdad revealed that ISIS terrorists are burying $ 25 million in the Iraqi desert, which was later discovered by shepherds.

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Mohammed Ali Sajet, who is related to Baghdadi through marriage and has been an ISIS member since 2015, was arrested two months ago by Iraqi officials near Baghdad.

He allegedly told the Iraqi authorities about the possible location of Baghdad in Syria and also provided details about a courier who worked for the ISIS leader.

Mohammed Ali Sajet, one of the closest confidants of Abu Bakr al-Baghdad, revealed that ISIS terrorists are burying $ 25 million in the Iraqi desert, which was later discovered by shepherds

Mohammed Ali Sajet, one of the closest confidants of Abu Bakr al-Baghdad, revealed that ISIS terrorists are burying $ 25 million in the Iraqi desert, which was later discovered by shepherds

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up after being cornered by American forces in a dead-end underground tunnel in his Syrian compound on Saturday night

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up after being cornered by American forces in a dead-end underground tunnel in his Syrian compound on Saturday night

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up after being cornered by American forces in a dead-end underground tunnel in his Syrian compound on Saturday night

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In an interview with ownership of Saudi Al Arabiya On Sunday, Sajet – imprisoned in Iraq – said that ISIS leaders, including himself, would bury dollars, gold and silver in the desert.

He claimed that $ 25 million was lost in the desert of Al-Anbar and was later discovered by shepherds.

He described one of the hiding places in Baghdad, saying that it was an underground bunker full of religious texts.

& # 39; He was in an 8 meter long underground tunnel with a width of 5 to 6 meters. It had a library, religious books and the Qur'an and the like, & said Sajet.

& # 39; It had lights and different things, so the hiding situation was good. & # 39;

It is not clear whether this was part of the same compound where Baghdadi was found on Saturday.

& # 39; We did not expect this to happen. Even he did not expect to be killed because of his security measures, & said Sajet.

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An Iraqi government official told CNN that Sajet had also provided information about a courier who worked for Baghdadi.

Sajet allegedly told the Iraqi authorities about the possible location of Baghdad in Syria and also provided details about a courier who worked for the ISIS leader

Sajet allegedly told the Iraqi authorities about the possible location of Baghdad in Syria and also provided details about a courier who worked for the ISIS leader

Sajet allegedly told the Iraqi authorities about the possible location of Baghdad in Syria and also provided details about a courier who worked for the ISIS leader

When American troops crashed on al-Baghdadi, he fled with three of his children a & # 39; dead-end & # 39; into the tunnel, Trump said, and exploded a suicide jacket, killing himself and the children

When American troops crashed on al-Baghdadi, he fled with three of his children a & # 39; dead-end & # 39; into the tunnel, Trump said, and exploded a suicide jacket, killing himself and the children

When American forces al-Baghdadi crashed, he fled with three of his children a & # 39; dead end & # 39; into the tunnel, Trump said, and exploded a suicide jacket, killing himself and the children

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According to the official, the information provided by Saget led to the capture of Baghdad in Syria on Saturday evening when American troops stormed his compound.

Baghdadi blew himself up after he was cornered by American forces in a dead-end underground tunnel in his Syrian compound.

The Iraqi official said they started following the courier and his wife after Saget had given up the details while in custody.

The courier was killed in a subsequent raid, but his wife led the Iraqi authorities to another location where they could find further information that led them to Baghdadi.

According to the source, Iraqi officials then tipped the Americans. Sajet added: & # 39; His security was good. They were herding and herding sheep, he was hiding under the ground there and there was a tent above him.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi claimed that $ 25 million had been lost in the al-Anbar desert and was later discovered by shepherds. About 50,000 people live in camps in the desert of Anbar
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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi claimed that $ 25 million had been lost in the al-Anbar desert and was later discovered by shepherds. About 50,000 people live in camps in the desert of Anbar

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi claimed that $ 25 million had been lost in the al-Anbar desert and was later discovered by shepherds. About 50,000 people live in camps in the desert of Anbar

The death of al-Baghdadi was a milestone in the fight against IS, which made parts of Syria and Iraq brutal and wanted to lead a worldwide campaign from a self-proclaimed caliphate.

The death of al-Baghdadi was a milestone in the fight against IS, which made parts of Syria and Iraq brutal and wanted to lead a worldwide campaign from a self-proclaimed caliphate.

The death of al-Baghdadi was a milestone in the fight against IS, which made parts of Syria and Iraq brutal and wanted to lead a worldwide campaign from a self-proclaimed "caliphate"

& # 39; Their movement was difficult due to the tight grasp of security forces in the area where I saw him. He was talking about a deteriorating security status from the security forces

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& # 39; He wanted to change his location and did not know how, they always discussed this. & # 39;

In a national address, Trump described the nocturnal air raid in the northwestern province of Idlib of Syria, with US special operating forces flying over heavily militarized territory controlled by multiple nations and armed forces. No US troops were killed in the operation, Trump said.

The death of al-Baghdadi was a milestone in the fight against IS, which made parts of Syria and Iraq brutal and wanted to lead a worldwide campaign from a self-proclaimed & caliphate & # 39 ;.

A campaign of many years by American and Allied forces led to the recapture of the group's territorial property, but its violent ideology continued to spur attacks.

While American troops crashed on al-Baghdadi, he fled with three of his children a & # 39; dead-end & # 39; into the tunnel, Trump said, and exploded a suicide jacket, killing himself and the children.

"He was a sick and corrupt man, and now he's gone," Trump said. "He died like a dog, he died like a coward."

The identity of Al-Baghdadi was confirmed by an on-site DNA test, Trump said.

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