ISIS leader is allegedly still alive

by Skyler Shuel

(Photo: Camp Bucca)

Voice analysts speculate ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has finally broken his silence with an aggressive audio recording.

ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi seems to have broken his lengthy silence in the form of an audio recording reportedly mocking the United States, leaked September 30th from Iraq/Syria.

The recording appears recent, including references to interactions between the US and North Korea.

The audio is currently being analyzed to prove or disprove that the creator of the tape is in fact al-Baghdadi. If it is determined that the voice does belong to al-Baghdadi, this will quash the rumors of his death following a Russian attack on Raqqa.

It is currently being speculated that al-Baghdadi and other high ranking ISIS officials have relocated to part of the Euphrates River Valley in light of recent coordinated strikes from both America and Russia.

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