Syrian soldiers are carrying out much effort to chase ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his inner circle.
The soldiers targeted Baghdadi and his family in Hajin, Syria, where Baghdadi is believed to be hiding in, the Sun Online reported.
“In other battles, the jihadists had other places to run to, but in Hajin they have nowhere to go,” said Commander Havel Ronnie Walat of the Syrian Democratic Forces.
He added that the forces would "fight to the death.”
However, Baghdadi's presence in Hajin is not confirmed, as there had also been recent reports that Iran had helped to transport him to Afghanistan.