President Joe Biden called the death of an ISIS leader in northwest Syria a “warning to terrorists.”The killing, carried out by US Special Operations commandos, left at least 13 people dead, including women and children. The President cited a list of crimes committed by al-Qurayshi. He said that he committed genocide on the Yazidi ethnic minority in 2014.
The death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Qassam al-Baghdadi was a “serious blow to the Islamic State,” said Biden. He noted that the ISIS leader had been a legacy leader and was responsible for a number of operations. The suicide bombing also killed many members of his family. The U.S. military said that its soldiers killed the leader in an effort to stop the terrorist group’s spread.
The killing of ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Baghdadi by U.S. special forces in northwest Syria was a major victory for the US. The raid was successful, and American commandos were able to kill him in the midst of a chaotic scene. While the raid was a victory for the US military and its coalition partners, it also served as a strong warning to terrorists.
The attack also killed the other two leaders of ISIS. The President of the United States is hopeful that this raid will deal a long-term setback to the Islamic State. In fact, the strike may have helped to kill many terrorists. The slew of terrorists has caused a major blow to the U.S. government. The raid will have far-reaching consequences for the organization.
President Joe Biden said that the death of an ISIS leader in Syria is a “major blow” for the terrorist organization. The ISIS leader spent his entire tenure in hiding, reducing the core area to underground cells and staging occasional attacks against security forces. But recently, ISIS fighters in Iraq and Syria have started planning and executing more and more complex and high-stakes crimes.
The death of an ISIS leader is a warning to terrorists. The US president gave the final order for the raid, and the vice president and VP were closely following the raid. The U.S. army killed al-Baghdadi, and the U.S. military carried out the operation with minimal collateral damage. But the killing of an ISIS leader is a huge blow to the militants’ ideology.
The US forces also killed two fighters who were firing at U.S. forces in the village of Atmeh. The vice president also said that the death of the ISIS leader was a “warning” to terrorists.
President Obama also praised the ISIS leader’s death in a televised statement. While this may be true, it is unlikely to send the message that the U.S. is a serious threat. And it is not just the U.S. that must act as a warning to the Islamic State.
The vice president called the death of al-Qurayshi a “warning to terrorists” on Twitter and later in a speech to Congress. He made a point of describing the incident as “a victory for the United States.” The commander’s death has been called a “warning” to the terrorists.
The ISIS leader’s death was widely praised by the United States, and captured fighters said the leader was a “ghost.” He was nearly invisible and had no visible identity. He was considered an icon among his followers and was a feared leader by his rivals. His last words were a warning to all terrorists and will be a lasting one for the Islamic State.