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Trump Tweets on Confirmed Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s Death: ‘Big Wins Against ISIS!’

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The Syrian Obaservatory for Human Rights said it had received “confirmed information” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed — and President Donald Trump reacted swiftly on Twitter, writing of the huge defeat for ISIS and huge win for the war on terror.

The report came just days after Iraq’s government forces ousted ISIS from Mosul.

Reuters has more:

Russia’s Defence Ministry said in June that it might have killed Baghdadi when one of its air strikes hit a gathering of Islamic State commanders on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Raqqa. But Washington said it could not corroborate the death and Western and Iraqi officials have been skeptical.

Reuters could not independently verify Baghdadi’s death.

“(We have) confirmed information from leaders, including one of the first rank who is Syrian, in the Islamic State in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zor,” said Rami Abdulrahman, the director of the British-based war monitoring group.

In Iraq, U.S. Army Colonel Ryan Dillon, spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State, said he could not confirm the news.

Abdulrahman said activists working with him in Deir al-Zor had been told by the Islamic State sources that Baghdadi had died, but not when or how. The sources said Baghdadi had been present in the eastern countryside of Syria’s Deir al-Zor province in the past three months.

The Pentagon has yet to confirm.

And in fact, Baghdadi’s death has been announced on previous occasions — on several previous occasions, in fact. But the Syrian Observatory is a credible source.

In fact, it has a solid background in reporting on the breaking news of Syria’s long-running conflict.

The United States has previously placed a $25 million reward for Baghdadi’s capture — the same amount that had placed on Osama bin Laden.

  • G P

    Donald did state people would get tired of winning – nice one.

    • Suresh

      Sorry , but He was Killed in syrian territory bombed by Russian missiles.

      • G P

        Suresh, I meant in the wider context of winning with the free world hopefully finding its feet through this mess. The enemedia has tried to demonize Russia but Putin and Trump are men of the world and I think pragmatists, they will hopefully continue to tag team on things where they can.

      • Vercingetorix

        He is dead and that’s a good thing for the world!
        I would like to know the situation and the whereabouts of australian Dr. Jihad?

  • Suresh

    While defeat of ISIS in iraq / syria is positive step Donald has lot to learn.

    Lots of ISIS fighters have moved into EU as “refugees” and most jihadis present and future will continue the jihad. you cannot defeat ISIS because the original ISIS started 1400 years ago and killed over 270 Million and will continue to kill.

    Recently Trump got conned by Al-taqiya from Abbas but once he learnt the truth, boy was he furious as hell http://bit.ly/2rOmfyJ

    He does not mince words unlike previous spineless Presidents.

    • Tm.

      Unfortunately, history does repeat itself, for mankind was not embued with the ability to learn from history. There is nothing new that we see today, or experience today, that was not known or seen through the struggle of man and time over the Millennia. They who are stronger, more unified, of single mind, of greater numbers shall win. But the winners shall always face challengers, imho. I can’t really know, just how I feel at the moment.

      • Drew the Infidel

        Agreed. If I didn’t know any differently I would guess you have been reading from the book of Ecclesiastes.

  • Tm.

    DNA? I don’t know if I believe this, or even that the leader of Boko H. was killed. Kayla M. was tortured, raped, and killed by this man and his followers, but so were thousands upon thousands of others. Do we have valid counts?

  • Dano50

    Wasn’t Bag-buggered also pawning himself off as the indestructible Grand Mufti or something?

    The guy who couldn’t be killed, thus symbolizing to the world the Pillars of Islam are aligned to signify the return of Allah or Mohammud or whatever.

    Maybe I’ll just go read 1001 Arabian Nights again to get things straight.

    Speaking of which, did anybody ever read the actual book? The Voyages of Sinbad in particular?

    Boy have we ever censored things.

    A wealthy Sinbad brags to a poor Sinbad, how he got rich.

    On one of his voyages, he was shipwrecked on an island, and there married a wealthy woman. She died, and custom is surviving spouse, all the wealth, a some supplies are sealed in a massive mountain burial cavern.

    Sinbad tells the other “I didn’t know what to do but rationed my supplies and luckily, just before they ran out another funeral happened. Seeing it was a widow, I waited until the cave was sealed, then I killed her and took her supplies. This enabled me to explore the caves until I found an opening to an isolated beach but, it surrounded by insurmountable cliffs. With no way off the beach, my only hope was to wait for a ship to signal, and in the mean time I moved the wealth of the dead to the beach. And thankfully Allah provided because every once in a while there would be a new spouse, whom I would kill and take their supplies.

    What the heck kind of a culture worships THAT as a hero?

    It’s no wonder they’re so screwed in the head.

  • SFRinAZ

    President Trump is right to congratulate the IRAQ people and the freeing of Mosul along with the death of any Tyrannical Murdering Dictator. God Bless the people held hostage by these Violent Criminals and Pray for their demise to come quickly.

    • marlene

      Obama would have done everything he could to prevent Putin’s “interference” in obama’s pro-terrorist plans.

  • Mahou Shoujo
    • Kathy Brown, Esq.

      Brilliant Mahou!

      This filthy pig held Kayla Mueller as his “sex slave” before she was tortured to death. Here’s what our Military brought him: https://youtu.be/_mRwp-vzZJY

  • santashandler

    Well, not to worry……they’ll make more.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Exactly. Al-Baghdadi, like OBL is completely replaceable. Did islamic terrorism cease once OBL was dead?

      • santashandler

        Not. One. Bit.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    Who cares? It’s not like there aren’t millions of other muslums who can take his place. The f’ing muslums slaughtered more than 6 million assorted kafir in the 20th century without Al-Baghdadi. Muslums will go on merrily killing people for allah without him.

  • G-Man

    Better a Russian bomb for Al-Bahhdadi than an American court for his rape of US hostage Kayla Mueller. The ACLU might have gotten him off with the liberals quickly following suit by building him a mosque.

  • Drew the Infidel

    Consider this: the Trump administration has only been in power for six months and has already set about correcting the weaknesses and catastrophes of the Obhammud regime’s eight years of destructive international relations.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      For Trump to fix all the evil done by the 0madhi is like trying to complete the 12 trials of Hercules:
      http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Herakles/labors.html

      • marlene

        and outnumbered by the obstacles, which are outnumbered by those cheering on his behalf – but doing nothing for him. Sad – I hate full circles. Huit clos.

  • Bruce Atchison

    He who boasts before he puts on his armor shouldn’t boast like one who takes it off. Winning a battle doesn’t win a war. DAESH are still out there. The only way to eradicate them is to eradicate Islam.

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