THE DEATH OF BAGHDADI

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Ricco Chomel, Staff Writer

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On October 26, Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS was tracked down and killed. Trump enforced a raid on a small town in Northwest Syria at 5:01pm ET on Saturday. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the leader of the biggest terrorist origination in the world. ISIS is known for killing many people and is known for its religious suicide bombings. Suicide bombing is when one straps bombs to himself, then runs into a crowd of people and blows himself up too hurt or kill as many people as they can.

American forces raided the Northwest Syrian town of Idlib Governorate, in hopes of taking down the terrorist leader. During the raid ISIS put up a little fight. Six ISIS guards were killed during the raid. Eleven children were removed and turned over to the “responsible” party by American soldiers. Baghdadi was on the run from an American K9 when he turned into a dead-end. Baghdadi with two of his children detonated a bomb he was holding. When he detonated the bomb, the walls collapse. The American forces had to search through the rubble to find the body and confirm Baghdadi dead.

Since this incident there has already been chosen a new leader of ISIS. Other than his name no one knows anything about this mystery man. By an audio recording uploaded on a telegram app, Islamic state mourned the loss of Mrial-Baghdadi, Abu Hassan al-Mohajir was the spokesman who died a day after because of another American raid in the same town. Trump said “Just confirmed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s number one replacement has been terminated by American troops,” when talking about al-Mohajir.

ISIS also warned America, “DO Not be happy”. Once owning a span, the size of Britain over parts of Syria And Iraq ISIS is known as the biggest terrorist group ever. The new leader is a very secretive man. No one knows anything about this man except for his name. His name is Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Qurayshi, identified as “emir of the believers” and “caliph”. After the raid of the last Syrian town, the territory is down to a nil. Trump is the one who activated these attacks.

 

 

(All information obtained from TheNewYorkTimes.Com and cbsnews.com)