The Islamic State group [Daesh] has lost two-thirds of its founding leaders, but a dangerous group of inexperienced unknowns have taken the helm in their place, according to Iraqi military sources.
Iraq News reports that Islamic State fighters have been reported after nominating Abu Hafsa al-Mawsely, the group’s deputy commander of the “Nineveh State”, to succeed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, intelligence sources in Mosul said.
Nominating successor to Baghdadi raises serious conflicts among IS militants as IS leaders and fighters are witnessing conflicts and divisions after the group’s shura council nominated ِAbu Hafsa to succeed Baghdadi, the sources said on Sunday.
Abu Hafsa is known to be one of the violent members and a senior legislator of the group. He occupied several important military and administrative positions within the group.
The leaders, according to the sources, were divided between supporters and opponents to nomination of abu Hafsa.
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