Arab media published a photo of a successor to the eliminated leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. According to Al-Arabiya, his name is Jalaludin al-Tunisi.
Arab media reported that he was born in Tunisia in 1982. His parents emigrated to France, so al-Tunisi has French citizenship. After the revolution in Tunisia, he returned home, went to Syria and joined ISIS and became the right hand of the leader of the organization al-Baghdadi.
The death of al-Baghdadi, confirmed the militants by themselves. Al-Tunisi was one of his main assistants. Sources said that the rapid appointment of a new leader is due primarily to their plight in Syria and Iraq, where they suffer defeat.
Al-Arabiya do not exclude that soon they might begin to shift their forces towards Libya.
Previously, the Nation News Agency reported that the leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed during the air assault operation in Syria.