In an airstrike, America killed Baghdadi’s likely successor. The leaders of a Syrian Kurdish Militia and a Syrian activist confirmed the news.
Interestingly, the spokesperson, known by his nom de guerre, Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, smuggled across northern Syrian. He was in a truck when hit by an American airstrike, confirmed by an eyewitness. The eyewitnesses believe that an American airstrike killed him.
Mazlum Abadi, head of Kurdish led Militia, wrote on twitter about Mujhair’s killing on Saturday. In other words, he confirmed Mujhair’s killing in an airstrike on Saturday.
The spokesperson, issued his last statement in March. Unfortunately, he called for retaliation for the killing of fifty Muslims in New Zealand by a white supremacist.
None has any information about him including his real name and nationality, for instance. Certainly, it is a complicated effort to confirm that he was the one killed in Sunday’s strike. Besides, the US President Donald Trump announced the news regarding Baghdadi’s killing.
Ecstatically, PM Trump announced in White House, “Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is dead.” Additionally, he said that the US “had brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice.”
Moreover, he said Baghdadi fled into a “dead-end” tunnel with three of his children and detonated a suicide vest. Cops had to dig through the debris to find his corpse.
Interestingly, the raid turns into a forensic operation. The specialist forces confirm Baghdadi’s DNA. Importantly, they have brought his DNA along.
Earlier, President Trump tweeted “something big just happened.” In the diplomatic room while addressing the media he said: “It was him.”