DID THEY BAG DADDY? – Another round of unconfirmed reports that the ISIS head had been cut off so to speak:
Syrian state television has claimed the world’s most wanted terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in an airstrike, according to several reports.
However, it is not the first time the leader of ISIS has been reported dead – and the story could turn out to be unfounded.
The latest report of al-Baghdadi’s death claims the terrorist was killed in Raqqa.
The terror group’s official media wing has also not confirmed the news.
Syrian activists, Raqqa24, did report an airstrike in Raqqa killed at least seven civilians on Saturday, although there was no mention made of al-Baghdadi.
The hate preacher, who has a $25million bounty on his head, had been believed to be hiding out in the desert outside the besieged city of Mosul in northern Iraq.
But intelligence agencies believe he escaped from the city while it was being retaken by the Iraqi army.
It was thought he may have been trying to get to ISIS’ de facto capital in Raqqa.
In January it was reported the leader had been ‘critically injured in airstrikes in northern Iraq.
If true, it would provide some much needed news in the world where ISIS foot soldiers terrorise European cities at will and where a scumbag like Jeremy Corbyn can come within an inch of becoming a Prime Minister. Granted, killing leaders does not destroy their terrorist organisations, but it helps; al-Qaeda is certainly not what it used to be since Osama bin Laden received his unscheduled burial at sea in 2011. And to all those who say that killing top terrorist brass only creates martyrs, better martyrs than alive and active.