JNN 08 Apr 2015 Baghdad : A local source in Nineveh province announced on Wednesday, that the leader of the Wahabi Terrorist Organization ISIS , Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has married German girl in Nineveh court amid intense secrecy. The Report have also confirmed that the IS Terrorists have Blown up a Historic Church in Hasaka , Syria .
The source said : “ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has gotten married to a German girl at the Diwan of judiciary in Nineveh,” noting that, “The German girl had first arrived in Syria then moved to Nineveh.”
The source, who requested to remain anonymous, added, “Al-Baghdadi tried to keep his marriage a secret,” noting that, “The German woman monitors ISIS women’s affairs in the organization.”
The source stated, “It remains unknown whether al-Baghdadi and his wife are in Nineveh or they’ve moved to Syria.”
It is noteworthy that last June the ISIS organization seized a number of provinces in central and northern Iraq and has committed crimes against humanity in these areas against the population of religious and ethnic minorities, and claimed that it came to restore “the Islamic caliphate” and set its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself “Caliph of Islam.”
IS Terrorists Blows up Historic Church in Hasaka , Iraq
The Islamic State (IS) Terrorists group blew up an 80-year-old church in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasaka, as the Christian minority in Syria is observing the Easter holiday, state-run news agency SANA reported.
The IS booby-trapped and blew up the Virgin Mary Church in the town of Tal Nasra in the western countryside of Hasaka province, the report said, adding that the attack is part of the “brutal crimes” the terrorist group is committing in Syria.
The Christian minority in Syria makes up about 10 percent of Syria’s largely Muslim Sunni population.
The Easter celebrations this year are limited to prayers and masses due to the tough circumstances in the conflict-torn country.
Virgin Mary is one of three major churches in the town of Tal Nasra. It was originally built in 1934 and then renovated and opened in 2005.
In February, the IS Terrorists burned down the historic church of Tal Hurmoz, one of the oldest churches in Syria, and destroyed three other churches in the town of Tal Tamer in Hasaka.
Numerous historic buildings and archaeological locations, including all six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Syria, have been damaged.