Abdullah Qardash, also known as Hajji Abdullah al-Afari, has reportedly been appointed the new leader of the terrorist cult
ISIS have appointed a new leader after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a daring US raid in northern Syria, according to reports.
Baghdadi’s successor is said to be Abdullah Qardash, also known as Hajji Abdullah al-Afari.
He was chosen by Baghdadi in August to run the group’s “Muslim affairs,” according to ISIS’ official Amaq news outlet.
And American outlet Newsweek reports he is now set to succeed Baghdadi as leader of the terror death cult.
Little is known about him but he once served under Saddam Hussein in Iraq.