Killing Al Baghdadi
By Micah Halpern
Monday October 29, 2019
I've Been Thinking:
Al Baghdadi, arch terrorist, founder and head of ISIS, was killed in a US Special Ops mission in Syria.
Now that Baghdadi has been killed, will that put the nail in the coffin of ISIS?
Unfortunately, Baghdadi’s death will probably not make a big difference.
Killing Baghdadi was important for the United States. It spoke to our sense of justice, but it has very little to do with ISIS.
Many of Baghdadi’s underlings have already been targeted by the United States. There are still many more senior ISIS members and an internal power struggle will emerge for the new ISIS leader. While Baghdadi was the terrorist organization’s figurehead while alive, in death his position could be even more powerful.
ISIS is as strong as ever and still growing. 11,000 ISIS prisoners have walked out of Syria’s Kurdish jails. They are now regrouping, organizing and readying to fight under their original mandate.
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29 October 2019 12:46 AM in Thoughts
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