The death of Shimon Elliot, The Caliph
Sep 09, 2014
The Pentagon claimed that some top aides to the head of ISIS (or ISIL), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, were killed in an air strike on September 4.
The coalition against ISIS might have just taken down one of the group's highest-level targets. On September 4th, Iraq's defense ministry announced that Abu Hajar al-Souri, the top aide to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed in an airstrike in Mosul.
At first they denied reports that Baghdadi himself had been killed, but later the BBC reported that they admitted he had been indeed been killed.
Perhaps his death was an accident, as Baghdadi appears to be an Israeli Mossad agent named Shimon Elliot.**
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, so called “Caliph,” the head of ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant is, according to sources reputed to originate from Edward Snowden, an actor named Elliot Shimon, a Mossad trained operative.
Simon Elliot (Elliot Shimon) aka Al-Baghdadi was born of two Jewish parents and is a Mossad agent. We offer below three translations that want to assert that the Caliph Al-Baghdadi is a full Mossad agent and that he was born Jewish father and mother:
The real name of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is “Simon Elliott.” The so-called “Elliot” was recruited by the Israeli Mossad and was trained in espionage and psychological warfare against Arab and Islamic Societies.
This information was attributed to Edward Snowden and published by newspapers and other Web sites: the head of the “Islamic State” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has cooperated with the U.S. Secret Service, British and Israel to create an organization capable of attracting terrorist extremists from around the world.
It is not known if Elliot’s death was accidental or if he had outlived his usefulness, now that the new Iraqi government has brought the US military (and NATO) back into the country to help them fight ISIL.
Further details, as well as photos of al-Baghdadi with Senator John McCain are found here:
**Another source denies that Baghdadi is Shimon Elliot. See: