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Mar 11, 2015

Terrorist Group ISIS Leader To Receive Treatment in Israel

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Terrorist Group ISIS Leader To Receive Treatment in Israel

As I mentioned before, intuitionally I feel that ISIS leader al-Baghdadi is already dead. To further complicate matters, however, a spirit being might “walk in,” using his physical body. It appears that his physical body alone exists.
Even if this physical body should regain consciousness after treatment and resume activities, the person is not al-Baghdadi any more. The real al-Baghdadi is dead and his physical body is reused by another spirit. It is highly possible that this will happen to guide the Middle East situation in a certain direction.

Masatoshi Takeshita
March 3, 2015

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English translation of the excerpt from a Japanese article: Twitter – March 2, 2015 –

@hyodo_masatoshi

Terrorist group ISIS leader, al-Baghdadi has been wounded in an air attack to Kaimu, a town near the border between Iraq and Syria. He has been moved to Israel for treatment. Everything has been revealed. He might come to Japan for treatment, too.

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English translation of the excerpt from the Japanese version of Radio Iran – February 28, 2015 –

Terrorist Group ISIS Leader To Receive Treatment in Israel




Terrorist group ISIS leader al-Baghdadi has been wounded in the Iraqi Air Force air attack on Kaimu, a town near the border between Iraq and Syria and he has been moved to Israel for treatment.

According to al-Yaum al-Samen, Iraqi news service, ISIS convoy were seen enter Israel from the occupied area Golan Heights.

An agent belonging to the German Intelligence service says: “Al-Baghdadi has been seriously wounded by an air attack on his ISIS group.”

As soon as entering the Golan Heights, he has been given treatment off the target area aimed at by the allied forces of Iraqi forces and anti-ISIS volunteer force.

French newspaper Le Monde also reports “a group led by the ISIS leader was targeted in the fighter attack to Kaimu and among them was al-Baghdadi.”


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