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Post by Jayzze on Sat Oct 26, 2019 11:12 pm

it has just been reported in an air force raid al bagdadi has been killed. more info to be coming soon
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Post by Captain259 on Sat Oct 26, 2019 11:56 pm

==A MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT SUNDAY AROUND 9:AM BY PRESIDENT TRUMP.

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The Islamic State group leader who reportedly had a $25 million bounty on his head is believed to have been killed in Syria.
A "high value ISIS target" -- believed to be Islamic State mastermind Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi -- was killed by U.S.-led forces in Idlib, a well-placed military source told Fox News on Saturday night.
A senior Trump administration official later confirmed the source's account.
At 9:23 p.m. Saturday, President Trump posted a Twitter message hinting at "very big" news.
ISIS LEADER CALLS FOR 'CALIPHATE SOLDIERS' TO FREE DETAINEES FROM CAMPS, CONTINUE ATTACKS

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Soon after, the White House issued a statement that major news would be announced there at 9 a.m. Sunday.
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ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

WHERE IS BAGHDADI? INSIDE THE HUNT FOR THE ELUSIVE ISIS LEADER, THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED MAN
Newsweek reported late Saturday that Baghdadi was killed during a special operations mission that President Trump approved about a week ago.
In September, an audio recording purportedly by Baghdadi included a call for members of the extremist group to use any means necessary to free Muslims who were being detained "by Crusaders and their Shiite followers."
The U.S. had reportedly posted a bounty of $25 million for information leading to the capture of Baghdadi.
Earlier this year, Iraqi intelligence officials speaking to Fox News maintained he was lurking in Syrian border towns, often donning non-traditional or “regular” clothes, using a civilian car and making sure all those around him had no mobile phones or electronic devices in order to bypass detection.
Some experts had predicted that as time passed and ISIS losses in the Middle East started to mount, it was inevitable that Baghdadi would either be captured or killed.
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“Baghdadi is probably moving around a lot to avoid detection," Jeffrey Simon, a terrorism expert and founder of the national security consultancy firm Political Risk Assessment Inc., said earlier this year. "But it will just be a matter of time before he is found.
"I believe that he is still alive," Simon added at the time. "News of his death would have been hard to keep secret for very long.”
This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Fox News' Jennifer Griffin, John Roberts and Hollie McKay contributed to this story.




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he United States military has conducted a special operations raid targeting one of its most high-value targets, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), Newsweek has learned. President Donald Trump approved the mission nearly a week before it took place.
Amid reports Saturday of U.S. military helicopters over the Syria's northwestern Idlib province, a senior Pentagon official familiar with the operation and Army official briefed on the matter told Newsweek that Baghdadi was the target of the top-secret operation in the last bastion of the country's Islamist-dominated opposition, a faction that has clashed with ISIS in recent years.
A U.S. Army official briefed on the results of the operation told Newsweek that Baghdadi was killed in the raid, and the Defense Department told the White House they have "high confidence" that the high-value target killed was Baghdadi, but further verification is pending DNA and biometric testing. The senior Pentagon official said there was a brief firefight when U.S. forces entered the compound in Idlib's Barisha village and that Baghdadi then killed himself by detonating a suicide vest. Family members were present. According to Pentagon sources, no children were harmed in the raid but two Baghdadi wives were killed after detonating their own explosive vests.
Members of the Joint Special Operations Command's Delta Team carried out Saturday's high-level operation after receiving actionable intelligence, according to sources familiar with the operation. The location raided by special operations troops had been under surveillance for some time.
The senior Pentagon official told Newsweek that the compound in which Baghdadi was located was then taken out with an airstrike in order to prevent the site from becoming a shrine to the leader. Turkey, a NATO ally backing local insurgents, was not notified prior to the operation, the official said.
On Saturday night, after the operation had concluded, President Trump tweeted: "Something very big has just happened!" The White House announced later that the president will make a "major statement" Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

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Baghdadi, an Iraqi national, is an ultraconservative cleric who became active in the Islamist insurgency against U.S. forces following the 2003 invasion that toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. He was held by U.S. forces in the detention centers of Abu Ghraib and Camp Bucca, where a number of future jihadi leaders rubbed shoulders while in military custody.

He went on to join Al-Qaeda in Iraq, rising up the ranks of the violent group as it merged with others to form the Islamic State of Iraq and eventually inherited its leadership in 2010, when his predecessor was killed in a joint U.S.-Iraqi operation. As the group took advantage of a U.S. military exit to further expand, he renamed the group to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham—or the Levant—better known as ISIS, in 2013, seeking to expand to neighboring Syria, where a civil war was raging.
Baghdadi's forces made lightning gains across both Iraq and Syria, and in 2014 he declared his group a global caliphate from the Grand Al-Nuri Mosque in Iraq's second city of Mosul in his only known public appearance as ISIS leader. Officially known from then on simply as the Islamic State, the group began to grab world attention not only for atrocities committed across the region, but in high-profile strikes on civilians in the West as well.
The United States involved itself in Syria by backing groups trying to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad in an uprising also supported by Turkey and other regional powers. The Pentagon began to realign itself by partnering with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces as ISIS grew increasingly powerful, Islamists overtook the opposition and Russia joined Iran in backing Assad against these factions.
Rival campaigns led by the Syrian government and the Syrian Democratic Force were launched to defeat ISIS, which began to lash out abroad with bloody attacks in France, Germany, the United Kingdom and beyond. The perpetrators of at least three mass killings in the U.S. professed their allegiance to ISIS.


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The group began to lose ground in both Iraq and Syria in recent years, however, with a U.S.-led coalition, Iran and Russia among the international powers hunting for Baghdadi. Though various, conflicting reports have been offered as to his fate and whereabouts, no single government has acknowledged any concrete information.
The most persistent of these reports involved him being in the so-called Jazeera region. Once a hotbed for ISIS activities, the area was often described as being in poor health condition. The region was seized by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces—yet Baghdadi was nowhere to be seen.
"Baghdadi being in Syria follows his presumed pattern of life operating between Iraq and Syria," a former senior counterterrorism official, who has tracked and supported the capture of operatives traveling from Pakistan to Iraq and Turkey, told Newsweek. "If he is dead, that would be a tremendous blow to ISIS, especially if other seniors leaders were killed during this operation."
As recent as February, Vice-Admiral Igor Kostyukov, head of the Russian general staff's Main Intelligence Department, told the state-run Tass news agency that Baghdadi's "whereabouts are unknown," but "he is definitely not in Idlib." The site is the base of operations for Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, a rival jihadi group with ties to Al-Qaeda's former Nusra Front, headed by Baghdadi's former associate, Abu Mohammed al-Jolani, who refused to join ISIS in a move that created a major rift among the militant groups.
Assad himself was seen on a rare visit to the frontlines of Idlib province in footage released Monday. The Syrian leader told his troops "that the Idlib battle is the core to decisively end chaos and terrorism in all of Syria" and vowed to defeat the array of rebel groups there while also teaming up with Kurdish-led forces against any Turkish-led attempts to push further into northern Syria.

Facing nationwide defeats at the hands of the government and its allies, a number of Syrian rebel groups have opted to reorganize themselves with the support of Turkey. Ankara has mobilized these fighters to battle the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), the main component of the Syrian Democratic Forces, considered a terrorist organization by Turkey due to alleged links to the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
Though Trump has withdrawn U.S. Special Forces from northern Syria, he has called for some troops to remain elsewhere in eastern Syria, where much of the country's oil reserves remain under Kurdish-led control. A convoy of U.S. military vehicles was seen rolling through the city of Qamishli on its way to eastern Deir Ezzor province.
Turkey has since halted its incursion following back-to-back deals with the U.S. and Russia, which has sought to restore Assad's authority at the country's northern border and facilitate a YPG withdrawal. This process remains ongoing, though reports remain of sporadic violence between the two factions, something that some critics of the U.S. exit worried may give ISIS a chance to resurge.
Asked how Baghdadi's death may affect the U.S. withdrawal, the former senior counterterrorism official told Newsweek, "If you are leaving you want to try to find your targets before you leave."
The Joint Special Operations Command, out of U.S. Army base Fort Bragg in North Carolina, is a sub-unified command of the U.S. Special Operations Command. Led by U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General Scott A. Howell, the command oversees special mission units such as the Naval Special Warfare Development Group and 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta, known to the public as SEAL Team Six⁠—involved in the May 2011 raid that killed Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden⁠—and Delta Force, respectively.
Contacted by Newsweek, no reply was returned before publication from neither the National Security Council nor the Department of Defense.
This story has been updated to include additional details about the U.S. raid targeting ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
James LaPorta reports on national security and the Defense Department for Newsweek. He is a former U.S Marine infantryman and a veteran of the Afghanistan War. You can follow him on Twitter at @JimLaPorta
Tom O'Connor is a staff writer focusing on foreign conflicts and politics. Prior to joining Newsweek, he formerly reported for the International Business Times and the New York Post. You can follow him on twitter at @ShaolinTom
Naveed Jamali is a Newsweek columnist and a former FBI double agent. He is the author of "How to Catch a Russian Spy." You can follow him on Twitter at @NaveedAJamali

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In a tweet to Fox News correspondent for national security said that a senior US military source confirmed the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a US raid in Idlib.

"Baghdadi's identity has been confirmed," Jennifer Griffin said. It quoted an American source as saying: "We have long suspected that Baghdadi is hiding in  Idlib ."




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 In a context, a Turkish official said that Baghdadi arrived to a place in Syria, where a US raid, 48 hours before its implementation, while an Iraqi intelligence source pointed out that "ISIS leaders in shock."

The Reuters news agency quoted a senior Turkish official as saying that  Baghdadi  was killed in the early hours of Sunday morning, about 48 hours before the operation.

He added that the Turkish army had prior knowledge of the US operation in the Syrian province of Idlib, and that Turkey would continue to coordinate its movements on the ground "with the parties concerned."  

A US official told CNN that Turkey "did not play any role in assisting the operation, but the non-engagement was coordinated with the Turkish army."  

He said the SDF , whose Kurdish fighters are the backbone, provided the US military with "some intelligence." 

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In the same context, a senior Iraqi intelligence source said that "the leaders of ISIS and their aides and members of the so-called Shura Council of the terrorist organization in a state of shock and the exchange of accusations and division among them."  

A US official told Reuters earlier that a raid had targeted Baghdadi during the night, but could not say whether the operation was successful.

But several US media reported earlier on Sunday that Baghdadi was probably killed in a US military operation in Idlib province . 

The White House also spoke of a "very important" announcement, expected on Sunday, from President Donald Trump at 09:00 (1300 GMT).  


US media quoted government sources as saying Baghdadi may have killed himself with a suicide vest when US special forces attacked his position.  



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BAGHDAD - Iraqi intelligence provided information to the coalition that contributed to Baghdadi's death




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Iraqi intelligence said it provided accurate and important information to Coalition Forces that contributed significantly to reaching and killing al-Baghdadi terrorist, according to the Iraqi News Agency.

A senior intelligence source told ISNA today that ISIS terrorist leaders, their aides and members of the so-called Shura Council of the criminal organization are in shock and exchange of accusations and division after the killing of their terrorist leader, known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and leaders with him in Idlib, Syria.

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a military operation by US forces, US media reported on Sunday .

ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is believed to have been killed in a US military operation in Idlib, Syria, as US President Donald Trump prepared to make a "significant statement" at the White House, Reuters reported, citing sources in Syria, Iraq and Iran .

"Something very important has happened, " US President Donald Trump tweeted on Twitter .

US presidential spokesman Hogan Gedli said in a statement that the US president will make a very important announcement Sunday morning from the White House.  

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The military carried out an operation targeting ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi on Saturday at his hiding place in Syria, US media reported, citing a senior Pentagon official.



 
The Newsweek magazine said the operation took place in the province of Idlib in northwestern Syria, and was carried out by special operations forces after receiving intelligence that identified his location.

The magazine quoted the US official that he was briefed on the results of the operation, referring to a brief fighting occurred when the US troops entered the compound where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi hid.






The ISN network quoted a Pentagon official as saying that the ISIS leader apparently detonated an explosive vest during the operation as elements of the US force approached, noting that confirmation of the death of the ISIS leader was subject to the completion of DNA analysis.

The official said Baghdadi killed himself by detonating an explosive vest, while his family members were present. No children were injured in the US raid, but two wives were killed, possibly as a result of the explosion of the vest.


The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) contributed to its location, without giving details of its location.

The official has not disclosed the full details of the operation so far.

US President Donald Trump wrote in a tweet earlier that "something very big has just happened," noting that the speech will be at 13:00 GMT.

Trump is expected to make his statement in the White House reception room, where he has made a number of important announcements.

He used this room last week to declare that the ceasefire between Turkey and the Kurds in Syria is holding.

Al-Baghdadi, whose real name is Ibrahim Awad Mohammed Ibrahim Ali Mohammed al-Badri, is among the most wanted in the world, especially from the United States, which leads an alliance against the militant group in Iraq and Syria.

The United States has set aside $ 25 million for any information contributing to Baghdadi, as well as al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.




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[rtl]US President Donald Trump has announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a US raid last night in Syria after he detonated an explosive vest he was wearing during the attack.

Trump said in a speech from the White House that "the identification of Baghdadi through the results of tests conducted after the raid," noting that "we got sensitive documents after the killing of Baghdadi."
 
The "Fox News" has quoted a US military source that Baghdadi committed suicide using an explosive vest when US special forces raided the compound he was in Idlib, northern Syria, close to the border with Turkey.

The source commented by saying: "US forces have done a wonderful job," stressing that DNA tests proved that Baghdadi was among the dead.
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The tweet of US President Donald Trump has aroused curiosity in the US and international media, amid reports that Baghdadi was targeted by a US raid in Idlib province.

"Something very big has just happened," Trump said in a tweet on his Twitter account, sparking media curiosity about what the US president is referring to.

The Newsweek magazine quoted a Pentagon official as saying that President Trump last week approved a top-secret operation targeting ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

US media reports also quoted a Pentagon official as saying that the ISIS leader killed himself by detonating an explosive vest he was wearing as US forces approached while members of his family were present.

According to the source, no child was injured in the US raid, but two wives were killed, possibly as a result of the explosion of the explosive vest.

In the context, the commander of the militias "Syrian Democratic Forces" (SDF), Mazloum Abdi, confirming the assassination of Baghdadi, before the official announcement. "A successful and historic operation as a result of joint intelligence work with the United States," Abdi wrote. A senior US military source told Fox News that "the Kurds have always been good partners."




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US President Donald Trump announced on Sunday the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State terrorist group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. On the details of the night of Baghdadi's death, Trump said the operation began two weeks ago: "He was a sick and psychopath, but he went, died like a dog."


[rtl]He added that the journey to pursue al-Baghdadi was "dangerous." He added: "Baghdadi fled for years before I came to power. And by him and his upbringing and assets ».[/rtl]


[rtl]"It was a difficult journey. We exchanged fire. The end of Baghdadi shows the United States' determination to go after terrorists and eliminate ISIS," he said. "We have a very long hand, just as we killed Hamza bin Laden." Regarding the last moments before Baghdadi's death, Trump said: "He spent his last moments in fear and terror from the American forces that were chasing him. He was crying and screaming like a dog.[/rtl]


[rtl]"I thank Russia, Syria, Turkey and Iraq for cooperating with us to eliminate the dangerous terrorist," he said.[/rtl]



[rtl]He also thanked the soldiers of the United States of America: «I would like to thank the soldiers and sailors who participated in the operation last night, you are the best in the world, it was a wonderful night for the United States and all the world».[/rtl]


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US President Donald Trump announced on Sunday the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State terror group. On the details of his death, Trump told a news conference that US forces chased al-Baghdadi inside a dark tunnel, but blew himself up with three of his children.






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Post by Sam I Am on Sun Oct 27, 2019 5:31 pm

Have any gurus linked this to intel about the RV yet?

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==GREAT JOB MR. PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES==THANK GOD ALL ARE SAFE AND LETS HOPE THE DOG ALSO RECOVERS. THESE WERE VERY BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN AND YES DOGS WHO PUT THERE LIVES ON THE LINE FOR ALL OF US AND OTHER COUNTRIES AS WELL==THANK YOU, THANK YOU. WE ARE TRULY NOW A SAFER WORLD BECAUSE OF YOUR BRAVERY.==THANK GOD THAT BIG NOSE SCHUMER, PENCIL NECK SCHIFF AND POLOSI KNEW NOTHING ABOUT IT.

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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:08 pm

@Sam I Am wrote:Have any gurus linked this to intel about the RV yet?
Not yet, but we know it's coming. LOL

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Just like when Mosul liberated and was supposed to trigger the RV...Over 2 years ago...

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Everything We Know And Don't Know About The Raid That Killed ISIS Leader Al Baghdadi (Updated)

We know a surprisingly large amount about the deep raid into Syria to take out the depraved terrorist kingpin, but many questions still remain.





BY TYLER ROGOWAY AND JOSEPH TREVITHICKOCTOBER 27, 2019


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On the evening of Oct. 26, 2019, in Syria's war-torn Idlib Province, a U.S. special operations raid killed one of history's most despicable human beings, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. This man was the mastermind of the ISIS caliphate and presided over some of the most depraved acts against humanity seen in generations. His departure from existence is incredible news for the world. That being said, here's what we know about the historic and high-risk operation.




President Trump, who first tweeted that "something very big has just happened" at 9:23 PM local time in Washington D.C. on Saturday evening, talked for nearly an hour and a half about the raid on the morning of Oct. 27. Here are all the main points garnered from his remarkably extensive comments and keep in mind that some of this information is likely to change:


  • Raid occurred under the cover of darkness in Idlib Province in northwestern Syria.
  • The target was a fortified compound that sat above a number of tunnels, all but one of which were thought to be deadends.
  • Al-Baghdadi died after running into a dead-end tunnel with three children. He detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and the three children and collapsing the tunnel.
  • Debris was removed and an on-site technician executed a DNA test that came up positive. What was left of him also matched his description. Cadavers are being brought back to the United States for further analysis.
  • Trump said al-Baghdadi was crying and screaming before death and that he died "like a dog" and "a coward."
  • The team spent roughly two hours in the compound and retrieved large amounts of intelligence for analysis and exploitation. 
  • No American service members were killed in the operation.
  • Special operators were met with a ground fire when they arrived. The targets were neutralized from the helicopters. 
  • A hole was blown in the side of the compound to access its interior instead of going through a door as it was thought they would be boobytrapped.
  • One combat K9 was injured after chasing al-Baghdadi into the tunnel, but did not die. 
  • A large number of ISIS fighters died with a smaller group captured. They are now in an undisclosed prison.
  • 11 children were rescued safely during the raid and were turned over to an undisclosed local party.
  • Two women who were wearing suicide vests were also killed, but they did not detonate their vests.
  • An explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) robot was on-site to move down the tunnel if needed, but the raid moved too fast for it to be used.
  • Trump watched the raid in real-time from the Situation Room along with Vice President Pence, Defense Secretary Esper, the Joint Chiefs Of Staff including Chairman U.S. Army General Mike Milley, and National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien. The room also held other intelligence and military officials and advisors.
  • Trump noted the technology behind his ability to watch the raid directly was very impressive and it was "as though you were watching a movie."
  • Only American forces were directly involved in the operation.
  • Eight special operations helicopters were used in the operation, which flew through Syrian, Russian, and Turkish defended airspace during the mission.
  • Flight time was 1 hour and 10 minutes in and was considered among the most dangerous parts of the operation. 
  • The helicopters took an identical route in and out. 
  • Russia received advanced notice of a U.S. mission in order to deconflict airspace, but they were not told about the target of the operation.
  • Trump thanked Iraq, as well, for their cooperation, although exactly what it entailed is unclear.
  • The helicopters flew at very low level and at very high speed during their ingress and egress to the targe area and took small arms fire along the way. It is thought that these were locals just taking potshots at the helicopters.
  • The operation was supported by substantial airpower operating at very high-altitudes according to Trump. He also stated that many ships and planes were involved. 
  • The Kurds supplied useful intelligence leading up to the raid.
  • Trump said the helicopters landed at "a friendly port in a friendly country."
  • Trump said that he entered the Situation Room at around 5:00 PM and that the helicopters launched shortly after that. He sent his tweet after they landed safely at 9:23 PM.
  • Intel about al-Baghdadi's whereabouts started the chain of events that led to the operation a month ago.
  • He was under surveillance for weeks.
  • Two or three times similar operations were canceled within that one-month timeframe. 
  • Al-Baghdadi constantly changed his plans on the fly and never used cell phones, etc., complicating targeting.
  • Further confirmation of his presence at the compound occurred and the mission was set to be executed for three days before it began on Saturday evening.
  • Trump stated that al-Baghdadi was in Idlib to rebuild ISIS and that he had large amounts of cash on hand to do so.








Beyond Trump's own comments, there have been multiple stories citing anonymous U.S. government sources, as well as those from other countries in the region, that have offered additional, albeit unconfirmed details about the operation. The exact composition of the raiding force, as well as where it started from initially and where it ended, remains unclear, along with a number of other key questions. It has been widely reported that the compound itself was near the town of Barisha, which sits close to the Turkish border.



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[ltr]Speculating, but an interesting compound built on the western outskirts of Barisha, Idlib last spring, especially the bottom building https://goo.gl/maps/VbdE25FtXRntYMBP8 …[/ltr]





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First daylight video from the site in northern Idlib of the massive military op supposedly to kill Baghdadi. The place has just been absolutely leveled.






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A major U.S. intelligence collection effort, with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) at its head, was chiefly responsible for determining Baghdadi's whereabouts and more immediate actionable information that led to the raid, according to Foreign Policy. For years, the U.S. Intelligence Community and the U.S. military have had standing forces dedicated to hunting down senior ISIS figures and its not the first time there have been major raids in Syria. For instance, in 2015, then-Secretary of Defense Ash Carter had revealed the existence of the JSOC-led "Expeditionary Targeting Force," or ETF. This unit was likely involved in a mission that killed ISIS' number two at the time, Rahman Mustafa Qaduli, in Syria the following year. Another operation in 2017, which led to the death of Abdurakhmon Uzbeki,  a "close associate" of Baghdadi according to the Pentagon, bore all the hallmarks of this task force, as well. 
It is possible that the raid on Baghdadi's compound might be at least partially related to a previously reported operation aimed at tracking the movement of ISIS members throughout the region, as well as elsewhere around the world, known as Operation Gallant Phoenix. , as well. An interagency task force including the CIA, the National Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and U.S. military's secretive Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) were reportedly in charge of this effort, which focused heavily on intelligence fusion, from a main base of operations in Jordan. During the approximately two hours they were on the ground at the site during the Baghdadi raid, special operators reportedly recovered additional information that could be useful in locating and killing or capturing other major ISIS figures.
In addition, Iraqi and Turkish officials have said that their governments were both involved to some degree in the lead up to the operation. Sources in Iraq told Reuters that some of the information that led to the raid came from the arrest of two individuals from Baghdadi's "inner circle" and documents recovered during that operation. 


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[ltr]BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's intelligence service provided the U.S.-led coalition with the exact coordinates of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's location, paving the way for the raid that reportedly killed him, an Iraqi intelligence official told Reuters on Sunday.[/ltr]






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Turkish officials also told Reuters that they been aware of the operation ahead of time and coordinated with "relevant parties" on the ground to assist with the mission. Turkey has a significant influence in Idlib via a number of rebel groups opposed to the Syrian regime and Ankara has been instrumental in ensuring that Assad has been unable to retake the entire province. Those same Turkish officials added that Baghdadi had only arrived at the compound some 48 hours before the raid. An unnamed U.S. official disputed claims of cooperation with Turkey during the operation when speaking to Fox News.


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[ltr]Americans called Russians on “de-confliction” line to warn of pending U.S. military assault on Baghdadi compound in NW Syria. No de-confliction with Turkey who “did not help in any way,” U.S. defense official says[/ltr]








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The U.S.-supported, predominantly Kurdish-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said that they also provided important intelligence related to Baghdadi ahead of the operation. A spokesman for the Kurdish People's Protection Units, or YPG, which has provided the bulk of the manpower for the SDF, said in March that the group believed that the ISIS leader had made his way into Idlib. 


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[ltr]For five months there has been joint intel cooperation on the ground and accurate monitoring, until we achieved a joint operation to kill Abu Bakir al-Bagdadi.

Thanks to everybody who participate in this great mission.@realDonaldTrump#SDF#USArmy #Rojava #Baghdadi[/ltr]








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[ltr]SDF advisor: "A historic operation successfully carried out as a result of intelligence cooperation between our forces and the USA" https://twitter.com/PolatCanRojava/status/1188362155864797184 …[/ltr]







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Çalakiyek dîrokî ya serkeftî wek encama hevkariya îstixbaratî di navbera hêzên me û Amerîka de. https://twitter.com/MazloumAbdi/status/1188361357114171392 …

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[ltr]Should be noted that YPG spokesperson @NuriMahmud1 already told @K24English in March 2019 that the SDF information that Baghdadi escaped (Deir ezZor) to Idlib. This also confirms the important role SDF played in locating Baghdadi https://www.kurdistan24.net/ar/news/7c7c9f12-76dd-466c-8efc-5a33d01c41fa …[/ltr]







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In July 2019, a United Nations report had also said that there was evidence that ISIS fighters, including senior leaders, had fled into the relative safety of the province. This was despite the presence of a litany of groups violently opposed to the terrorist organization residing in Idlib, including Turkish-backed rebels and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the latter of which includes a significant number of former Al Qaeda-aligned fighters.


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[ltr]Reports #ISIS leader Abu Bakr al #Baghdadi may have been killed in #Idlib #Syria shouldn't come as a complete surprise-at least the location

In July, a @UN report warned senior ISIS leaders "are among those who have made their way to the #Idlib area..."https://twitter.com/jseldin/status/1155907686615199746?s=20 …[/ltr]







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.@UN report on #ISIS says senior leaders "are among those who have made their way to the #Idlib area [of #Syria], where they coexist uneasily with the local Al-#Qaida-aligned groups..."



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[ltr]This is shocking, if true. Idlib is not a hospitable place for ISIS members, let alone its leader. Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, which controls the area, routinely arrests and executes ISIS members. https://twitter.com/ShaolinTom/status/1188286412715646976 …[/ltr]





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It is possible that both of these reports are accurate and that there was a need to assemble the requisite personnel from multiple locations in order to act on actionable intelligence about the ISIS leader. However, based on Trump's statements about how long it took them to fly to Baghdadi's compound, it is all but impossible that they traveled directly from Erbil or Al Asad. 
The helicopters could have flown to Barisha from an intermediate staging point, however. One very possible location would have been the Kobane Landing Zone, which is situated some 100 miles northeast of where Baghdadi's hiding out. The U.S. military has been withdrawing from this base, which the United States first occupied some time in 2015, as a result of the Turkish intervention. 
Official pictures show that U.S. personnel were still there helping with the pullout as of Oct. 23, 2019. Even if the U.S. military had otherwise vacated this base, it would have still provided a large, established airstrip that would have been ideal for establishing a Forward Arming and Refueling Point, or FARP, which U.S. special operations forces routinely use during longer-range air assaults.

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US military personnel load cargo onto a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III transport plane at the Kobane Landing Zone on Oct. 23, 2019. A US Army AH-64 Apache attack helicopter is visible in the background.

However, Trump's comments about a "port" and "ships" might suggest that the raiding force started or completed its mission somewhere else, despite his additional statement that the special operators took the same route to and from the target location. There has been speculation that they may have started and ended the operation against Baghdadi from the U.K. Royal Air Force Base at Akrotiri on the island of Cyprus. A U.S. Navy or contractor-operated ship in the Eastern Mediterranean acting as a sea base is another possibility.


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[ltr]I was thinking same. Trump let the word “port” and also 110min travel time slip

UH-60 can travel 413km in 110 mins (full speed)

370km between Akrotiri and Barisha, Idlib. 

Also ties in with Turkish and Russian co-op/permissions (?) over Cyprus and nr. Latakia ¯\(°_o)/¯[/ltr]





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More detail about the exact composition of the raiding force could eventually help answer questions about the most likely ingress and egress routes. On Oct. 27, 2019, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper told ABC's Martha Raddatz that approximately a 100 U.S. special operators – reportedly primarily from the U.S. Army's Delta Force and 75th Ranger Regiment – took part in the operation and that Chinook helicopters brought them to and from the target site. The Chinooks were likely MH-47s from the Army's elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, though even JSOC's elite task forces have used standard Army CH-47s, among other conventional enablers, when necessary, in the past. In this case, it is probably safe to say that the 160th SOAR's highly modified MH-47s were exclusively involved considering the hostile airspace the mission took place in, its low-level night penetration demands, and the unique communications and command and control gear needed to coordinate such a complex and high-stakes operation.
Bystanders also found shell casings associated with the M230 30mm automatic cannon near Baghdadi's compound in the aftermath of the attack. Automatic cannon fire allegedly destroyed a small minibus, possibly to prevent Baghdadi and others from escaping the area. There were also reports that gunships otherwise raked the compound and nearby areas with cannon fire during the operation. This was likely in response to the reports of personnel on the ground shooting at the helicopters.


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[ltr]Fresh Footage via local activities showing the location of chase that took place after the rides, between the US Forces and Baghdadi's Cell.

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PS: attention violent content.#Syria #ISIS #Daesh@Liveuamap @QalaatAlMudiq @michaeldweiss[/ltr]







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[ltr]ADVISORY UNVERIFIED 
Footage purportedly filmed in #Barisha#Idlib this morning claims to show aftermath of #Baghdadi raid.[/ltr]







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[ltr]#Syria #Idlib#US officials confirm #Isis leader al-Baghdadi has been killed last night in Berisha (~70 between Rangers and Delta Forces involved).https://twitter.com/JenGriffinFNC/status/1188413704804675585?s=19 …[/ltr]





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ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi dead, killed in US raid in Idlib, according to senior US military source. Baghdadi’s identity has been confirmed. “We long suspected Baghdadi was hiding in Idlib,” US source said.

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[ltr]#Syria #Idlib
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The 160th uses this weapon on their MH-60L/M Black Hawk special operations helicopters in the Direct Action Penetrator (DAP) configuration. Regular Army AH-64 Apache gunships, which have also been supporting special operations activities in Syria from forward locations, such as the KLZ, as seen in the picture of that base earlier in this story, also use this weapon. Both the MH-47s and the MH-60s have inflight refueling capabilities, which could have further helped extend their range during the trip to Baghdadi's compound and then to where ever they went following the mission, as well. 

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One of the 160th SOAR's MH-60Ms in the latest Direct Action Penetrator (DAP) configuration using Multi-Station Lightweight Armament Support Structure (MLASS) stub wings. An M230 30mm cannon pod is visible on the inboard pylon on the left side of the helicopter.

The truth is, we really don't know the composition of the eight helicopter force at this time beyond the inclusion of MH-47s Chinooks. Many will wonder if some form of stealthy Black Hawk was used, similar to those used in the Bin Laden raid. It is possible that the initial raiding force used such a platform, a newer version of which has been rumored to be operating around Syria for years, but we just don't know at this time. The possibility that heavy weaponry was fired at the compound from the air during the operation would make this possibility less likely. 
Also, alerting the local players as to the operation's timing may have reduced enough risk to allow the more conventional helicopters to be used. Of course, it's not like the 160th SOAR's MH-60s and MH-47s aren't designed to operate in contested airspace as it is. 
So many other questions remain, such as what airpower was assigned to give this raiding force cover from above if it would have been needed. It is very rare that manned U.S. or coalition aircraft fly into Western Syria. For years, it has been all but off-limits airspace and standoff munitions were used to hit larger targets. American drones have and still do operate in the area, but considering how high-value this target was, placing a non-stealthy drone overhead for weeks may have been too risky. During the lead-up to Operation Neptune Spear that took down Bin Laden, stealthy RQ-170 Sentinels worked as the eyes in the sky over Bin Laden's compound, even watching him pace daily in his courtyard prior to the operation commencing.
It is very possible Sentinels were used to monitor the compound in the weeks leading up to the operation and to stream live video of the operation, as well. In fact, just like in 2011, this is likely what Trump and his advisors were watching in the Situation Room. It's also worth noting that there are also stealthy MQ-11 Avengers in the region that could be under the CIA's direction. Either asset would have been more ideal than an MQ-9 Reaper drone hanging out over the compound for days on end and during the raid. The MQ-11 could also provide close air support.

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With all this in mind, another question emerges: were F-35s used for overhead support or were far more traceable assets held off at a greater distance, ready to push into the area if need be? The latter option would have required a far more elaborate package, including Wild Weasel aircraft ready to suppress or destroy any enemy air defense systems that may target the fighter aircraft above. Regardless, a huge number of aerial assets would have been involved in this operation—from airborne command and control aircraft, to tankers, to communications relay aircraft, to electronic intelligence monitoring platforms, to combat search and rescue forces. Every contingency would have been planned for and capabilities arrayed to respond as needed.
The lightning-fast disclosure of this raid is also puzzling. There was no stealth Black Hawk tail left behind to answer for as was the case in the Bin Laden operation. Considering the level of exploitable intelligence they pulled out of that compound, even a few days would have given the intel folks a leg up on targeting al-Baghdadi's accomplices and operatives – as has reportedly already happened to Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir. 
The compound was leveled after the operation, as well, which may have drawn some local attention, but in that region, kinetic actions happen daily against all types of targets. Electronic communications between top ISIS operatives were limited if not nonexistent, news of the raid would have spread slower than otherwise and it would have probably been laced with confusion.


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[ltr]This is interesting point from @rcallimachi. It was feared Baghdadi would move after being spooked as his trusted courier and his wife went quiet, but he didn't. Why? Had he become complacent? Or did he not like his chances moving around HTS-held Idlib 6/ https://twitter.com/rcallimachi/status/1188516938361856001 …[/ltr]





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4. Had he been tipped off that something was afoot? Did he find it odd that his trusted courier and one of his wives had gone silent? It’s unclear. But we know that geopolitically everything changed this month, when a presidential phone call led to Turkey’s invasion of Syria

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Regardless, one of history's most depraved maniacs has been scraped from the earth once and for all. More details are sure to emerge about the operation in the hours and days to come. We will keep you up to date as they do.
UPDATE: 6:30pm EST—
National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien told NBC's "Meet the Press" on Oct. 27, 2019, that the official nickname for the operation was a tribute to Kayla Mueller, an American air worker that ISIS took hostage and murdered in 2015. He did not say what the nickname was, however. For comparison, the raid that led to the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was nicknamed Operation Neptune Spear.
UPDATE: 10/28/2019—
The New York Times and Bloomberg have both now reported that President Donald Trump's decision to [url=http://the syrian and iraqi kurds%2c one official said%2c provided more intelligence for the raid than any single country./]effectively acquiesce[/url] to Turkey's intervention into northern Syria targeting the predominantly Kurdish SDF and a subsequent order for a near-total withdrawal of American forces from the country had threatened to upend the search for Baghdadi and plans to raid his compound in Barisha. U.S. policy has reversed to some degree with a decision that came last week that has seen American troops now reinforce a position near the city of Deir Ez Zor.
"The Syrian and Iraqi Kurds, one official said, provided more intelligence for the raid than any single country," The Times reported. The SDF continued to provide information on Baghdadi and his whereabouts even after the pullout began, which the group had publicly described as a betrayal by the United States.
There is also an unconfirmed report that Baghdadi's remains have been buried at sea, as was the case with Osama Bin Laden's body, a tactic used to prevent them, or even just a known final resting place, from becoming a shrine of sorts for future terrorists. This also brings up questions again about the involvement of ships offshore during the operation.


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[ltr]Source tells me Abu Bakr al Baghdadi remains have already been buried at sea.[/ltr]






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General Mazlum Abdi, who also goes by Mazlum Kobane, the head of the SDF, has claimed that the organization had a source who had infiltrated Baghdadi's compound, providing unprecedented information about the site and its layout ahead of the operation, as well as other vital details. That individual was reportedly on the ground during the operation. There are also reports that SDF personnel were otherwise present during the raid, but it unclear if this refers to this particular informant.


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[ltr]Gen. Mazlum Kobane tells @NBCNews that Kurdish intelligence had a deep source in Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's inner circle who provided information essential to the US raid that killed the ISIS leader. Mazlum said the informant was at Baghdadi's compound as it was assaulted.[/ltr]






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[ltr].@BenjaminHallFNC in frank interview with Kurdish general Mazloum: They acted, because Baghdadi's right hand man was planning on moving him to a new location. 
Had Baghdadi moved, the US would have struck quickly, acc to Mazloum.[/ltr]





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[ltr]Kurdish Gen Mazloum tells .@BenjaminHallFNC: The SDF provided the location, the details about the Baghdadi compound, the tunnels, and how many people were with him. The SDF knew this because of a source inside ISIS.
An SDF member was on the raid helping US.[/ltr]






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At a press briefing on Oct. 28, 2019, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Mark Milley, standing beside Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, said that a wide variety of munitions, including AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) cruise missiles, unspecified precision-guided bombs, and AGM-114 Hellfire guided missiles, had been responsible for leveling Baghdadi's compound. 
He did not say what aircraft were involved, but this makes confirms that, as expected, some number of fixed-wing aircraft were providing top cover for the operation, in addition to the still unknown helicopter gunships. Milley said that additional information may be coming soon in subsequent briefings. The General also said that the military working dog injured in the raid was set to make a full recovery.


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[ltr]Video of Baghdadi's final moments have not been declassified, Milley says. "Some operational and tactical level briefings" by CENTCOM in the coming days.[/ltr]




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[ltr]US used a variety of munitions, including JASSMs, GBUs, and Hellfires to destroy Baghdadi's compound after the raid, Milley says. "We're not releasing the name of the dog right now. The dog is still in theater." Slightly wounded, but fully recovering.[/ltr]






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A senior Kurdish official said on Tuesday that a Kurdish secret agent from Syrian Kurdistan was responsible for taking US forces to the hideout of ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, helping them determine the internal partition map of the compound and its personnel and enabling them to identify them. Baghdadi.
"Since May 15, we have been working with the CIA to track Baghdadi and monitor him closely," said senior adviser to the SDF, Polat Jean.
The group's secret agent managed to get close to the house where he believed ISIS leader lived.
"Baghdadi has changed his residence several times," Jan said on Twitter.
He added that "our own source, which was able to approach Baghdadi brought underwear to Baghdadi to conduct a DNA test and make sure 100 percent that the person concerned is Baghdadi himself."






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[rtl]A senior State Department official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that the United States will build on the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the next phase by pushing on several axes to continue the group's defeat.[/rtl]
[rtl]The official revealed that the foreign ministers of the small group of the international coalition to defeat ISIS (about 40 countries) will meet on November 14, in the US capital, Washington, to discuss the next steps.[/rtl]
[rtl]In an interview with a limited number of media, the official said, "We will build on al-Baghdadi's death by keeping US forces in northeast Syria to fight terrorism, specifically ISIS, and continuing to partner with the SDF and its operations against ISIS and working with them and others to gather information to conduct operations similar to al-Baghdadi's killing." ".[/rtl]
[rtl]"At the same time, we will work on the political process in Syria and strengthen the international coalition to defeat and sustain ISIS and increase its presence in northeastern Syria," he said, stressing that "this is working on President Trump by sending coalition soldiers to the ground and air planes and funds for the process of stabilization in this Region".[/rtl]
[rtl]He talked about keeping US forces in the Deir Ezzor area to protect the oil fields there and to secure resources for the SDF so that it can continue to operate its institutions and run detention centers for ISIS operatives and work alongside the coalition to fight terrorism.[/rtl]
[rtl]The US official stressed that the killing of Baghdadi would not eliminate terrorism and that a broader problem must be addressed: "There are 25 million Sunni Arabs between Baghdad and Damascus who have been ruled since 2004 by an Alawite commander affiliated with Iran in Damascus and a Shiite Arab prime minister subject to a certain limit of influence." In Baghdad, especially when Nuri al-Maliki was prime minister in 2014. "[/rtl]
[rtl]"If the international community does not deal with the feelings of oppression that these people feel, they will turn to others to give them easy answers. One of those who gave them easy answers was Baghdadi, and we know how it turned into the birth of the caliphate with thirty-five thousand troops in Britain," he said. Six million people. "[/rtl]
[rtl]As for how the United States can help the Sunnis in Iraq and Syria in this regard, the US official told Al-Hurra that this is done by "ending the war in Syria in a positive way that guarantees the interests of the Syrian people, half of whom fled their homes to escape Assad, as well as those of neighboring countries, including Turkey and Israel." "They have been engaged in military operations inside Syria. By restoring stability to the situation in Iraq."[/rtl]
[rtl]In addition, the official said by "keeping Iran out where it is fueling the Sunni-Shiite conflict that everyone sees on the ground problematic if he wants to deal with terrorist organizations within the Sunni Arab communities."[/rtl]
[rtl]"Without this, military operations against IS remain necessary but not sufficient to achieve the permanent defeat of ISIS and other terrorist organizations," the official said.[/rtl]



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breaking news Empty This is a reward for a detective who reported al-Baghdadi's whereabouts

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[rtl]This is a reward for a detective who reported al-Baghdadi's whereabouts[/rtl]


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[rtl]The undercover agent who provided key information that led to the finding of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's hideout is likely to receive the $ 25 million or part of the reward , The Washington Post reported Wednesday .[/rtl]
[rtl]The agent was a member of ISIS, facilitated Baghdadi's movements in Syria, and helped oversee his hideout in Syria. US special forces killed Baghdadi in a raid on his hideout on Saturday night, US authorities said.[/rtl]
[rtl]The informant was present at the time of the raid, and he and his family were taken out of the area two days later. The unidentified man is likely to receive the $ 25 million or part of the reward.[/rtl]



[rtl]Aside from Baghdadi's movements, the informant was aware of the details of Baghdadi's cache room by room, the newspaper said. Kurdish intelligence found the informant, whom an official described as a Sunni Arab and turned against the militant group after killing a relative.[/rtl]
[rtl]The Kurds then passed on his name to the Americans, who spent weeks verifying his credibility before seizing the opportunity and launching the raid on Baghdadi's hideout, the paper said.[/rtl]


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breaking news Empty The dog that followed Baghdadi .. Washington is looking for his name and Trump invites him to the White House

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The most intriguing mystery in Washington today is the name of the dog who was injured during the US operation to target Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Idlib, northern Syria, on Saturday, according to an article by Jacqueline Alemany in The Washington Post.
Trump described the dog as "beautiful" and "talented" during his announcement of al-Baghdadi's death on Sunday morning, and talked in detail about how the dog pursued ISIS leader until the last moments of his life: at the end of a tunnel where Baghdadi detonated a booby-trapped jacket to kill himself and three children.
The dramatic scenario presented by Trump and his excessive praise for the main member of the US Special Forces Delta Force, says the writer, left many thirsty for more details, about which the Pentagon has imposed a strict secret.
Senior Pentagon leaders declined to reveal the dog's identity, saying it would remain classified, while President Trump continued to feed the warm and mysterious story by tweeting a secret photo of the dog.


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[ltr]We have declassified a picture of the wonderful dog (name not declassified) that did such a GREAT JOB in capturing and killing the Leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi![/ltr]

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Moreover, Trump invited the dog to visit the White House if he could. The New York Times correspondent in the White House quoted administration officials as saying that "the president wants to meet" the dog.


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[ltr]DOG UPDATE: The dog who aided the ISIS raid has an invitation to the White House “whenever he can get over here,” per senior official. The president wants to meet him.[/ltr]


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The New York Post put the picture of the dog on its cover, enclosing a title referring to the name of the killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in general.


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While many rarely kept the dog's identity confidential, a retired soldier tweeted that there were security reasons for not revealing the dog's name. Knowing his name leads to knowing his instructor, knowing the instructor leads to knowing which unit he is affiliated with, and knowing his unit means knowing which unit of the Delta forces has targeted Baghdadi.


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[ltr]For those joking about the classified dog name, there’s actually a security reason for it:
-Knowing dog’s name, u can determine the handler
-Knowing the handler, u can determine the unit
-Knowing the unit, tells which Delta unit(s) was part of the raid.[/ltr]


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US President Donald Trump posted a photo on his Twitter account as he honored the dog  who helped track down and kill ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


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Trump released a picture of him imitating the dog in honor of his role in the killing of Islamic State terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


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The president praised the participation of one of the dogs working in the US military, in the process of pursuing and killing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and Trump wrote in a tweet on Twitter, on Monday, "I have declassified a picture of the wonderful dog (not declassified his name) who participated in this mission The great, the capture and killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. "
 





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breaking news Empty How Baghdadi's underwear led him to target him

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The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) revealed that one of its spies stole underwear from the leader of the terrorist organization "IS", Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was declared dead last Sunday by the United States in a military raid in northern Syria.
SDF officials said two pieces of Baghdadi's underwear had been used to verify DNA before the US operation that killed him, according to the BBC.


Since May 15, SDF forces have been working with the CIA to track Baghdadi and monitor him closely, said Bulat Jan, an adviser to SDF .

Baghdadi changed his place several times, but the secret agent managed to get close to the house where he thought the leader of the organization lived," Jan said.
"The private source who managed to approach Baghdadi brought his underwear for a DNA test, and 100 percent confirmed that the person concerned was Baghdadi himself."
Jan pointed out that the US operation in which Baghdadi was killed, came largely as a result of the "SDF" intelligence efforts, complementing "our agent participated in sending coordinates, directing airdrops, and contributed to the success of the operation until the last minute."
For his part, US President Donald Trump , said that the role of Kurdish forces in the process, limited to providing "useful information", revealing that they did not play any military role.
Trump announced on Sunday that Baghdadi detonated an explosive belt to kill himself when US troops approached him during a military operation in northwestern Syria.

US officials announced that the remains of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi were buried at sea, according to Islamic law.


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ISIS admitted on Thursday the killing of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, while revealing the name of its new leader.


According to the site "Sky News Arabia", "ISIS confirms the killing of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi."

He added that "ISIS acknowledges the killing of its spokesman Abu Hassan al-Muhajir," adding that "the organization announced the appointment of an alternative to Baghdadi in the leadership of the organization named Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Qurashi."






US President Donald Trump announced on October 27, 2019, that a special force of the US military had killed ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, along with a number of his aides.


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breaking news Empty Video .. Confessions reveal the secrets of the relationship between Erdogan and Baghdadi ..

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Video .. Confessions reveal the secrets of the relationship between Erdogan and Baghdadi ..



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Many confessions emerged from ISIS leaders revealed the hidden relationship between the terrorist organization and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , as well as the Turkish president's treatment of the leaders of the terrorist organization injured in Turkish hospitals.
 
In this context, the channel "Extra News" presented confessions to the leader of ISIS receiving treatment in a Turkish hospital in the Turkish city of Urfa, where the video included confessions of a leader of the Islamic State of Uzbek origin named Ammar Bahawi, aged 25 years, where he said he was one of the leaders of the Islamic State terrorist organization He came from Uzbekistan to Syria and was injured in an armed conflict and is now receiving treatment at the government hospital in لىanlıurfa.
 
According to the channel, "Fox News" filmed this terrorist in his hospital room, where he was injured in clashes with the Syrian army was in critical condition, and was admitted to شانanlıurfa through the border crossing, while the province of شانanlıurfa that the wounded Syrians are being treated in hospitals And that those injured have nothing to do with ISIS.





The channel continued: "Another shocking news came from Gaziantep, where a 5-storey building was transformed from a private hospital.
 
The "Extra News" channel also highlighted the confessions of a close ISIS leader killed on the relationship between Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.





The channel said that the terrorist Taha Abdul Rahim Abdullah, is more close to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi revealed the relationship between the terrorist organization and Turkey.
 
The channel said that the terrorist, who is in the case of the SDF, said that the decision of the Kobani war came from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself because of the Turkish insistence on carrying out this attack, pointing out that the organization suffered heavy losses due to this war.
 
For his part, the journalist writer Mohammed Izz al-Din, that there is a strong and close relationship between the Islamic State and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, it is not a relationship that is not born of the moment, but extended for years.
 
The press writer, there are no statements to "Extra News", that Erdogan is using ISIS to smuggle oil, whether from Iraq or Syria, and used them to carry out dirty operations since it started four years ago and there were operations before this latest operation launched by Turkey on the Syrian north.
 
He continued: "There are contacts between the Turkish intelligence and the leaders of ISIS and al-Qaeda, and there are contacts with regard to the transfer of foreign fighters, and there are those who have been trained, and there are contacts between international terrorist organizations and Turkish intelligence, and the head of the Turkish intelligence has somehow relations with leaders Those terrorist organizations.


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Bashar al-Assad: Erdogan is an opportunist and I am not honored to meet him and shake hands with him.

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stressed that the scenario published by the United States for the killing of terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the terrorist organization Daesh, is part of the American tricks .
Assad said, during a television interview with Syrian television, Baghdadi is just someone who changes at any moment and at any time, and I think it will be reproduced in the name of another person and may be reproduced all ISIS, as needed under another title, but the same thought and the same use and the director is the same American. He pointed out that Syria had nothing to do with the process and there is no communication between it and any US institution .
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Bashar al - Assad during the television interview
Assad said that the Russian-Turkish agreement on the Syrian north is temporary, which curbs the Turkish ambition to achieve more damage by occupying more Syrian territory and blocking the road on the US side. In the near future, he pointed out that Turki is an American agent in the war and when he does not go out by all means there will be no choice but war .
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Assad stressed that the entry of the Syrian Arab army to the northern areas is an expression of the Syrian state's entry with all the services it provides, the army has reached most areas but not fully, and there are still obstacles appear and the ultimate goal is to return to the previous status of the region and full control of the state The Kurds, for the most part, have always had a good relationship with the state and put forward genuine national ideas .


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Assad stressed that Syria has not made any concessions with regard to the formation of the Constitution Discussion Committee, and we are concerned that anything resulting from its meetings and compatible with the national interest, even if it is a new constitution we will approve, We walk by .
 

Bashar al-Assad: Trump, the best US president, Erdogan turned on Syria

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has confirmed that President Donald Trump is the best US president, while Turkish President Erdogan has turned against Syria .
Assad said Trump is the best US president because he is the most transparent president. "Trump says frankly that we want oil .
Assad said: "We should not bet on any American president, and everything that the American says is not credible, all American presidents commit all political debacles and all crimes, and take the Nobel Prize, and appear as a defender of human rights, and the values ​​of American high and unique, Western values In general, but they are a group of criminals who represent and express the interests of American lobbies, which are large companies, arms and oil and others. "

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Bashar al-Assad: Sochi agreement will help the Syrian army to restore the northern areas

Bashar al-Assad said that he did not make any concessions in forming a committee to discuss the constitution .
"The Syrian government is not part of these negotiations or this debate, and the majority of the other party does not even represent the terrorist, and may not represent itself but the countries that imposed it, " he said.
Bashar al-Assad said the Sochi agreement will help the Syrian army regain the northern areas .

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Bashar al-Assad: When I said that Erdogan was a "thief," I didn't smell him, but he was a true description

Bashar al-Assad stressed that Turkish President Erdogan has been aiming since the beginning of the war to create a problem between the Syrian people and the Turkish people, so that the Turkish people are an enemy .
 Assad said that the terrorists in Idlib are closer to Erdogan's heart than the Turkish army itself.``When I said that Erdogan, who started from the early days of the war to steal everything related to Syria, is a thief, I did not insult him, '' he said.
"The difference between Turkey and Israel is that Israel does not recognize the legitimacy of its existence. Turkey is a neighbor, and we have a common history, regardless of whether it is bad, good or varied," Assad said .
Assad stressed that Erdogan is an opportunist and I will not be honored with such a meeting and I will be disgusted .

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Al-Assad said in response to a question: You are now ready to sit with the Turkish, now after the aggression and after the agreement ?, during his meeting on Syrian television .
Assad replied: "If you ask me what I would feel if I personally had to shake hands or meet with someone from the Erdogan group or someone like him or who represents his approach, I would not have the honor of such a meeting and I would be disgusted ."
Assad added: "But feelings are set aside when there is a national interest, if there is a meeting will achieve results, everything that serves the interest of the country must be done and these tasks of the state ."
Assad said: "I do not expect that if there is a meeting that there will be results only if the circumstances change for the Turks, and because the Turkish Erdogan is an opportunist figure and an opportunistic system and an opportunistic doctrine, it will achieve results as the circumstances change when pressed ."

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Syria and return to the Arab League

On Syria's return to the Arab League, Assad said: "When Syria's membership in the Arab League was frozen, we did not issue a statement, nor did we issue a statement to put Syria back to the League ."
 

Bashar al-Assad: "We can not talk about the development of the state without fighting corruption"

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that the priority now is to fight corruption because of the current economic conditions, stressing that the accountability of the corrupt continues .
Bashar al-Assad added: "We can not talk about the development of the state without a fight against corruption," pointing out that there are many confiscations of terrorist persons temporarily, but did not transfer to state ownership because there is no judicial ruling .
He continued: "We do not rely on the subject of media marketing and propaganda that we are fighting corruption now, and what concerns us is to fight corruption in fact and through reality," stressing that the media is the most important tool in the fight against corruption .
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On the economic, service and living situation, the exchange rate of the lira and the mechanisms to improve it, Assad said, when some criticize the state speaking as if there is no war, and when an official speaks in some cases he blames the war .
The siege affects the state's imports of dollars or foreign currency in general, there is a game of speculation on the exchange rate of the Syrian pound is conducted from inside and outside Syria, and there is a game of speculation that occurs through social networking sites .
Assad stressed that the challenges are difficult but the solution is not difficult, and if we can move the economic cycle we will be able to create more tools for the monetary authorities and society to improve its economic situation and reduce dependence on the dollar .
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Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:26 am

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While most countries cheered the death of the head of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi , the shouts of Iraqis obscured the joy of his death. Iraqis who renewed a week ago demonstrations in the capital and the rest of the southern provinces have not been able to enjoy the joy of their departure for years, although the legacy of the "bloody man" is still present in many areas, especially Mosul.
There, where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took the pulpit of the historic Nuri mosque in Mosul to declare the establishment of the so-called “caliphate” in 2014, residents of the Iraqi city had no idea how much destruction would result in their city.





Death and ruin

In remarks to Reuters, many residents of the city said that this man, who came to them wearing black lions one day in 2014, and sermons at the mosque Nuri, turned their city to hell.
"This strange man, what we have healed before, came up and told a replacement for our ordinary imam," said Fahd Qashmu, a 48-year-old taxi driver who attended Baghdadi's self-proclaimed sermon to millions in Iraq and Syria. "He came to our mosque, O who is our place of peace, and turned it to the place of hell."




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The mosque, which dates back 850 years and has been the pride of Mosul, has become rubble since the Islamic State was defeated there in 2017.It has become piles of twisted metal and its stones leveled.
A 60-year-old professional, Abu Omran, said he knew they were on the road to trouble on the day he entered our mosque. "I said to my son: This will answer death and destruction."
That sermon opened a three-year era of terrorism in Iraq and Syria.






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I would be happy if my son stayed alive

"Because of him we were hungry. We lived on water and flour for months, hiding in the basements," he said. "I do not wish this life to the worst enemy." "You asked me if I am hilarious. I would be hilarious if my house would not be destroyed, if I would have been beaten and beaten by them, if my son would not be killed.

Abu Imran was touring the rubble of old Mosul as he spoke.




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"We whipped us to smoke and they beat us if the wife got out of the house without the muffler and if we used the mobile phone," said Daoud Omar Daoud, 42, a shop owner. "Baghdadi jailed us in our city." "If he died or not, what would the difference be? This man came to kill us all."
The densely populated area, with its narrow streets, which dates back centuries and has now mostly turned into rubble, has seen the fiercest battles with ISIS clinging to its last place.
Its streets still bore the scars of terror from which Mosul residents survived, whether they lived under brutal ISIS rule or during nine months of fighting, as US-backed coalition forces fought to retake the city.
The US president , Donald Trump , announced Sunday that al - Baghdadi, who led the militant group since 2010, was killed , "a moaning and crying and screaming , " especially during a raid in northwest Syria , US forces.






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breaking news Empty Rasul: ISIS terrorist gangs have lost hope of re-activating in the border areas with Syria

Post by claud39 on Fri Nov 01, 2019 9:20 am

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Defense Ministry Information Brigadier General Yahya Rasoul said Friday that ISIS terrorist gangs have lost any hope of re-activating them in the border areas with Syria, especially after Iraqi forces completed securing the border with Syria through intelligence and field efforts.
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He added that "the intelligence success recorded by the Iraqi security services through the intelligence service and the intelligence cell hawks through the search for the leaders of Daesh terrorist gangs in the desert and border areas have failed all the plans that the terrorist gangs aspire to achieve after the military escalation between Turkey and Syria and the escape of its elements from the northeastern areas." Syria to the Iraqi border areas is confronted by the security measures and the ground, air and intelligence capabilities that the Iraqi side is now enjoying. "
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"Many ISIS fugitives have been arrested and others who are trying to serialize are not allowed to be pursued before they approach Iraqi territory," he said.
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breaking news Empty Official: border with Syria safe and stable

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The governor of Anbar province, Ahmad al-Mahalawi, said on Friday that the border with Syria is safe and stable and there are no terrorist threats to break through the security barriers separating the border with Iraq .

Al-Mahalawi said in a statement that the security forces from the army, border guards, the Popular and Tribal Mobilization and the rest of the other security services have drawn up a tight plan to thwart any attempt to penetrate the security barriers of the military sectors after reinforcing them by the security leaders supervising the security file in the province.

"Reports of large numbers of ISIL terrorist cells in areas near the border with Syria west of Anbar are untrue," he said.

He added that "security forces have taken strict security measures on the border with Syria through the deployment of thermal surveillance cameras and barbed wire, as well as drones flying around the clock to monitor the movements of terrorist cells ISIS and thwart any attempt to infiltrate Iraqi territory from the western side of the country." Ends / 12a


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breaking news Empty Turkey arrests al-Baghdadi's sister in Syria, denies collusion with IS

Post by claud39 on Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:19 pm

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Turkey announced the arrest of Rasmiya Awad, sister of the leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and her husband in an operation for its forces in the northern city of Azaz, and that they are being investigated by Turkish security agencies.

"The sister of Baghdadi, who was killed in a US operation in the countryside of Idlib province in northwest Syria last week, was arrested in the northern city of Azaz on Monday, with her husband in Azaz," the interior minister said in Ankara on Tuesday. "In a security operation, yesterday (Monday) ... and our colleagues there are investigating."

Reuters quoted a senior Turkish official as saying that Turkey had arrested Baghdadi's sister, husband, son-in-law and five children in a raid on a caravan container in Azaz in Aleppo province in northern Syria.

Rasmiya Awad, 65, al-Baghdadi's sister, was arrested in a raid near the city of Azaz near the Turkish-controlled border, the official said. “She was also accompanied by five children, and we hope to draw valuable information from al-Baghdadi's sister about working within ISIS. The terrorist. ”

The Turkish authorities hope to obtain valuable information from Baghdadi's sister about the internal structure of ISIS. Fakhruddin Altun, director of the communications office of the Turkish presidency, said the arrest of Baghdadi's sister was proof of Ankara's determination to fight the Islamic State terrorist group.

"The arrest of Baghdadi's sister is another example of the success of our counterterrorism operations," Alton wrote on Twitter early yesterday.

"There is a lot of black propaganda against Turkey that raises doubts about our resolve to fight ISIS ... Our strong counterterrorism cooperation with partners who think in the same way can never be questioned."

The Islamic State terrorist organization admitted on Thursday the killing of al-Baghdadi and its spokesman, Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, while he decided to appoint Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi to succeed al-Baghdadi.

In the same context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, yesterday, that he monitored a raid carried out by Turkish forces to a camp near the city of Azaz in Aleppo northern countryside on Monday evening, and that the forces «arrested the sister of Baghdadi, accompanied by her husband and the wife of her son and grandchildren composed of 5 Children, in addition to the arrest of four Iraqi people, is not yet known whether they belong to the organization or not ».

The Observatory pointed out that «the sister of Baghdadi has been in the camp for some time and Turkish intelligence knows there.

In a related context, a Turkish court in the state of Cankiri (center), the imprisonment of an Iraqi out of 11 Iraqis arrested, last Friday, in an operation targeting elements against ISIS.

She released eight of the detainees, awaiting deportation outside the country, while she sentenced Jacob Mustafa Abdul Razzaq, on charges of "belonging to a terrorist organization."

During the meeting, the defendant was found in possession of an application for communication between ISIS members.

The court also ordered the release of the last two suspects, including an old woman who served as a maid of al-Baghdadi, after admitting serving only three weeks under duress.

Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu reiterated yesterday his criticism of European countries over their unwillingness to take back ISIS prisoners of nationality, and commented on remarks by Belgian officials that "ISIS operatives should be investigated where they committed their crime." "Why don't they be deported to their European countries?"

He stressed that Turkey is determined to send these elements to their countries despite their governments trying to evade them by revoking their citizenship, saying: «to do what they want, our colleagues are preparing, we will return (ISIS) elements to their countries. "We know how to bring them back."

He said that his country would send ISIS operatives to their countries, whether or not their citizenship was revoked. He noted that approximately 1,200 ISIS operatives are in Turkish prisons and that 287 ISIS operatives, including women and children, were arrested after Operation Spring of Peace launched by Turkey east of the Euphrates in Syria. He added that they were working on referring them to the judicial authorities, where they would be sent either to prisons or to deportation centers for repatriation.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from a number of reliable sources that the Manbej Military Council was able to arrest three women from the families of the elements of the «Daesh» of Iraqi nationalities and Lebanese German, while trying to escape to Turkish territory. The sources added that investigations are underway with the women who tried to flee to Turkey in coordination with the security authorities there. ISIS operatives of German, Turkish and Uzbek nationalities, accompanied by 18 ISIS children, attempted to flee towards the Iraqi border. This is not the first attempt to flee, as a number of ISIS women have fled over the past days after the Turkish attacks, and some have been arrested.




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breaking news Empty Turkey arrests Abu Bakr al - Baghdadi 's sister and husband in Syria

Post by claud39 on Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:42 pm

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The head of the Turkish presidential communications office, Fakhruddin Alton, said his country had arrested the sister of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State terrorist organization, who was killed recently in the northern city of Azaz on Monday evening, and questioning her husband and the wife of her son, who were also arrested.

Alton was quoted by Reuters as saying that Baghdadi's sister, Rasmia Awad, 65, was arrested in a raid near the Turkish-controlled city of Azaz near the border.

"We hope to draw valuable information from Baghdadi's sister about working inside ISIS, " Turkey said .
"The arrest of Baghdadi's sister is another example of the success of our counterterrorism operations," Alton wrote in a tweet on Twitter. "There is a lot of black propaganda against Turkey to raise doubts about our determination to fight ISIS." "Partners who think the same way can never be questioned."
So far, there has been little information about Baghdadi's sister, she said.

Baghdadi himself was killed last month when US special forces surrounded him in a
tunnel in northwestern Syria. In an audio tape posted on the Internet last Thursday, the Islamic State terror group confirmed the death of its leader and vowed revenge against the United States.


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breaking news Empty The first picture of the widow of Baghdadi after her arrest

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The widow of ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has revealed "a lot of information" about the group's work after its arrest last year, a Turkish official said.

The official said the widow said her name was Rania Mahmoud, but her real name was Fawzi Mohammad al-Qubaisi.

She was reportedly the first wife of Baghdadi, who was killed in an operation by US special forces in Syria last month.

The woman was arrested on June 2, 2018 in Hatay province, near the Syrian border, along with 10 other people, including his daughter, who was identified as Laila Jubeir.

The relationship between the two women and Baghdadi was confirmed by the use of Baghdadi's DNA samples provided by Iraqi authorities, the official said.

"We discovered his real wife's identity very quickly. She has donated a lot of information about Baghdadi and how ISIS operates."

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the first time on Wednesday revealed the arrest of Baghdadi's widow.

"We have captured his wife, it was announced for the first time," Erdogan told a group of students in Ankara.

He confirmed that Turkey also arrested Baghdadi's brother and brother-in-law, which was announced by the Turkish state media on Tuesday.





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breaking news Empty Trump wants to award Purple Heart to dog Conan injured in al-Baghdadi mission

Post by claud39 on Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:08 pm

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Donald Trump wants to give military dog Conan a Purple Heart.




President Trump wants to recognize the military working dog injured during the raid that killed ISIS boss Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Syria last month, a source told The Post.


“It is the president’s desire to honor the dog. They are working out the details,” said the source, who claimed the commander-in-chief is even exploring a way to present Conan with a prohibited Purple Heart.


It could “swing the animal lovers vote” for Trump, one of the few presidents who has not had a pet dog at the White House, the insider said with a laugh.


Trump is intrigued by the historic possibility of presenting the Belgian Malinois with the revered medal, and is known for setting precedents, like his decision to appear at the Veterans Day Parade in Manhattan Monday, or his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, said the source, who is close to the First Family.


Logistics have gotten in the way.


President Trump hinted at a ceremony with Conan at the White House this week in an Oct. 31 tweet. That became “a few weeks” while speaking at a rally in Tupelo, Mississippi the next day.


“The dog is working, probably involved in missions and everyone wants to keep the dog safe,” said the source. “When there is an opportunity, we can honor him and his handlers and the president is most certainly interested in doing that.”


Reps for the White House declined to comment, but did not deny a plan to present the dog with the medal.


Department of Defense rules currently forbid military working dogs from receiving the Purple Heart. The regulation was put in place after a dog named Chips was given one in 1943 for heroic action in World War II.


Conan, assigned to U.S. special forces, chased al-Baghdadi down a tunnel before the ISIS leader blew himself up with a suicide vest. The dog was injured during the explosion by exposed electrical wires. During a press conference announcing Baghdadi’s death, Trump heaped praise on the “beautiful” and “talented” dog.


In the days since, multiple human veterans and Purple Heart recipients have come forward to insist that President Trump reverse the DoD rules, saying dogs like Conan are as important as any human soldier.

“Do I believe Conan should receive a Purple Heart for actions on target? Absolutely,” Michael Bollinger, 26, a former Army Ranger now studying at Columbia University told The Post. “They’re out there with us every step of the way.”



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