President of the United States on Sunday announced that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the world’s number one terrorist and the present Islamic State commander, died during US military operation in Syria. This marks one of the crucial breakthroughs as the militant chief incited violence worldwide for more than five years now. The plan to eliminate the ISIS leader was going on for five months, and finally, American special forces were victorious in killing Baghdadi.
The American military received congratulatory messages for their brave act. Former Vice President Joe Biden also congratulated the special forces on Twitter. Here’s Joe Biden’s message to special forces:
“I congratulate our special forces, our intelligence community, and all our brave military professionals on delivering justice to the terrorist Aby Bakr al-Baghdadi. It is thanks to their courage and relentless determination to carry out its mission that ISIS has suffered a vital loss.
As the key figure behind the creation of ISIS, Baghdadi’s corrosive message inspired attacks that claimed thousands of innocent lives around the world, including in the United States. He proclaimed not the teaching of Islam, but a warped ideology of hate and brutality, built on mass slaughter, public executions, the enslavement of ethnic and religious minorities, and evils that have no place in any society. The world is better and safer without him in it.
We cannot afford to get distracted or take our eyes off the target. ISIS remains a threat to the American people and our allies, and we must keep up the pressure to prevent ISIS from ever regrouping or again threatening the United States. That task is particularly crucial as the chaos of the past few weeks in northern Syria has jeopardized years of hard work and sacrifice by American and Kurdish troops to evict ISI from its strongholds in Syria.”
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