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  • ISIS leader Baghdadi killed in US Operation in Syria

    The fugitive leader of the Islamic State (IS) group has been killed in a US military operation in northwest Syria, President Donald Trump has said.

    Speaking from the White House, Mr Trump said Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a US operation.
    Baghdadi came to prominence in 2014, when he announced the creation of a "caliphate" in areas of Iraq and Syria.
    IS carried out a number of atrocities that resulted in thousands of deaths.
    The jihadist group imposed a brutal rule on almost eight million people in the areas under its control and was behind a number of attacks in cities around the world. The US declared the "caliphate" defeated earlier this year.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50200339
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    Good, nothing of value was lost. Still it's interesting how nobody else has replied; it's almost as if UKMixers are afraid to criticize Islamic terrorists. Interesting.

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    • #3
      Good riddance. Trump making the world a safer place.

      ISIS (and any other terrorist/antisemitic group) must be wiped out.

      Baghdadi's sister has been captured https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-50297801
      >>>>>>>>>>> LAST.FM <<<<<<<<<

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Postgenic View Post
        Good, nothing of value was lost. Still it's interesting how nobody else has replied; it's almost as if UKMixers are afraid to criticize Islamic terrorists. Interesting.
        I think more people would've celebrated if ISIS is wiped off the earth but a new leader was announced as soon as Baghdadi was pronounced dead so it'll be an endless cycle i guess.
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        • #5
          ^Exactly, ofcourse isis has a back-up plan and a new leader ready

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Postgenic View Post
            Good, nothing of value was lost. Still it's interesting how nobody else has replied; it's almost as if UKMixers are afraid to criticize Islamic terrorists. Interesting.
            Thatís a harsh thing to say considering at least two kids got blown up.
            Also, it doesnít help the fight against terrorism at all, because every time this happens, a successor takes the spot and ISIS has even more hate and propaganda to spread, gaining even more followers in the process.
            Itís naive to think that anything good will come of this.

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