Iraqi special forces captured ISIS commander Abdul Nasser Qirdash

Abdul Nasser Qirdash a top ISIS commander once tipped to replace Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as head of ISIS, has been captured by Iraqi special force.

According to Iraq national intelligence service, the terrorist named Abdulnasser al-Qirdash, the candidate to succeed the criminal al-Baghdadi, has been arrested

He was a close aide to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and the new Da’ish leader Al-Quraishi.

Details on how he was captured or where the operation took place have not been revealed yet.

Al-Arabiya, Qirdash served as the head of the commission authorised by the terrorist organisation Daesh, and he worked with the organisation as a leader from the time of the terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi until the battles of al-Baghouz that he led himself.”

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,former head of ISIS was killed on October 2019 when US forces stormed his compound in northwestern Syria.

He detonated his own suicide vest during the targeted raid on his lair in Syria’s Idlib province and killed three of his children in the blast.

Muhammad al-Mawla ‘The Professor’, was reported to take over as the caliph after the death of Baghdadi

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