TERRORISM Daesh’s leader was killed during an American military operation in Syria on the night of Saturday night this Sunday
In a much-anticipated television address, US President Donald Trump announced the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a US military operation. The leader of the Daesh terrorist group was reportedly spotted in Idleb province, Syria, in the northwest of the country. In the early morning, Donald Trump announced that he would make a “huge” announcement this Sunday.
A little earlier, indeed, American media had indicated that this could be the announcement of the death of Daesh’s main leader, whose death has already been announced several times over the years. DNA tests confirmed that it was the jihadist leader. Donald Trump also confirmed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi allegedly blew up his explosive jacket to commit suicide while trying to escape.
“He didn’t die like a hero, he died like a coward, like a dog,” hammered Donald Trump. “It was like watching a movie,” he said, recounting how he had watched the American raid in real-time using cameras onboard special forces.