Baghdadi death; the cycle of Islamic figurehead will continue and so will the conflict.

Then there was Ayman Mohammed Rabie al-Zawahiri, another murdering leader of the death cult. Religious fanaticism of all types is the scourge of the world.

James Fahey

On October 26, 2019 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a military conquest undertaken by American forces in Idlib in Syria. His death however positive in the short run will mean little for counter-terrorism in the long run.

Many commentators around the world praised Trump for this murder and stated its important to the fight against terrorism in the Middle East. However positive it is to eliminate such a monster, there will be another figurehead to chase in the coming years. 

We do not have to think too hard to think of the last figurehead of global terrorism. The most wanted man in the world was Osama Bin Laden for a number of years. Since his tentative links to the Nairobi bombing in 1998 he became more known around the world on news TV. Since his death in 2011, mainstream news has been dominated by events in Syria and Baghdadi…

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