Is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi death real?

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  1. pricelessppp

    pricelessppp New Member

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    Hope so...........
     
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    I dont thinl there is such a person, if its real, I dont think he have been in Iraq and in Syria more than a few times.
     
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    Is Baghdadi alive or dead?...
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    RE: Is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi death real?
    ※→ pricelessppp, et al,

    I do not think that the US Regional Commander can confirm or deny the Islamic State (DEASH) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Sunni militant jihadist) has been killed in an air strike... It is (none the less) and interesting question.

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    We have seen this before, where a significant figure in various Jihadist, Fedayeen, Hostile Insurgent, Radicalized Islamist, and other Asymmetric Fighting activities has attempted to retire from the field and fakes his own death.

    The US, when it has its own corroborating sources, is usually not shy about publicizing the kill or capture of terrorist leaders. But in this case, they have decided not to confirm or deny the veracity of the Syrian News and State Television report of al-Baghdadi's demise; either because US Intelligence actually does NOT know ⇔ or ⇔ because the US does not want to make a martyr of the leader.

    Most Respectfully,
    R
     
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    Will ISIS splinter into multiple extremist groups?...
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    June 16, 2017 - If Baghdadi is indeed dead, it will cripple ISIS, but it could also lead to a resurgence of an even more dangerous al-Qaeda
     

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