On video, a man called Baghdad seemed to be dressed in casual clothes sitting on the ground near an assault rifle. He said that "the battle for Bagouz is over," referring to the last city that carried out the IDIS in eastern Syria.
He also referred to recent political events, including the victory of Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel, the resignation of President Algerian Abdelaziz Bouteflika and the fall of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir
The video posted ISIS al-Furcan's media wing on Monday . If authentic, this is the first time that Baghdad could have been seen since July 201
A US-led coalition spokeswoman for ISIS, told CNN that the US is working to identify the authenticity of today's video.
"At this time, we are working to independently confirm the validity of the video posted today, it is reported that shows Abu Bakr al Baghdadi," said Colonel Scott Rawlinson.
"We continue to support partnerships in their mission of prolonged Daesh defeat, which includes the ability to finance their operations, recruit new members and cooperate to carry out violent extremist attacks.
that ISIS can pose if left unhindered and the importance of our further operation to ensure that they will not receive new resistance – with azav King.