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July 18, 2017, 08:32:31 AM
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dead? last time i checked the cia director was fit as a fiddle...
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July 18, 2017, 06:10:37 PM
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dead? last time i checked the cia director was fit as a fiddle...
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This was actually a good one.

Killing the leader of Isis doesn't mean a thing. They thought that killing Bin Laden will change things, and look where it got us.


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July 18, 2017, 11:31:32 PM
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This is one of the sensitive topic. But as for me, even though their leader is dead they can still appoint a new leader and doing their things to others. What I was saying is that they will not stop their wrong doings just because their leader is dead. It is about their beliefs that reigns.

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July 19, 2017, 01:50:31 AM
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This is one of the sensitive topic. But as for me, even though their leader is dead they can still appoint a new leader and doing their things to others. What I was saying is that they will not stop their wrong doings just because their leader is dead. It is about their beliefs that reigns.

Yes... and that is going to happen this time as well. They will just appoint another leader and continue with all those barbarities. But the end is near for them, at least in Syria and Iraq. They have lost Mosul, which was the largest city under their control. And they have almost lost Raqqa as well (the Kurds have captured 2/3rd of the city till now).

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July 19, 2017, 06:49:06 AM
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This is one of the sensitive topic. But as for me, even though their leader is dead they can still appoint a new leader and doing their things to others. What I was saying is that they will not stop their wrong doings just because their leader is dead. It is about their beliefs that reigns.

Yes... and that is going to happen this time as well. They will just appoint another leader and continue with all those barbarities. But the end is near for them, at least in Syria and Iraq. They have lost Mosul, which was the largest city under their control. And they have almost lost Raqqa as well (the Kurds have captured 2/3rd of the city till now).

Probably he's dead but most likely not. Thus could very well be just a propaganda to keep him off the radar once more. He's being called the ghost because he's very good at keeping himself hidden and what would be a better way than to make everyone believe that he's already dead.

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July 19, 2017, 12:08:08 PM
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It doesnt matter if he's dead, ISIS will continue on with what they left off. Killing their leader isnt enough to stop them from their tracks, they'll just appoint a new one to lead their group, but if someone will cut off their supply of weapons then there is a higher chance that they will stop.

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July 19, 2017, 04:16:30 PM
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This is one of the sensitive topic. But as for me, even though their leader is dead they can still appoint a new leader and doing their things to others. What I was saying is that they will not stop their wrong doings just because their leader is dead. It is about their beliefs that reigns.

Yes... and that is going to happen this time as well. They will just appoint another leader and continue with all those barbarities. But the end is near for them, at least in Syria and Iraq. They have lost Mosul, which was the largest city under their control. And they have almost lost Raqqa as well (the Kurds have captured 2/3rd of the city till now).

Probably he's dead but most likely not. Thus could very well be just a propaganda to keep him off the radar once more. He's being called the ghost because he's very good at keeping himself hidden and what would be a better way than to make everyone believe that he's already dead.
I'm not convinced as of yet. It's like the third or so time he's been declared dead by some group or another.


     
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July 19, 2017, 04:24:35 PM
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People very much focus on the individual leader. This is wrong. Even if he is dead there are many more sponsors of terrorism who live and who have money. This means that nothing will change. Only orders will be given to another person.

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July 19, 2017, 06:40:33 PM
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Good. those people are animals....
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July 19, 2017, 08:04:40 PM
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Killing the leaders of ISIS is a good news for every peace loving human beings. I will also want international leaders to do everything within their means to de-radicalize his followers because this is more dangerous than the man himself? He may be death but his ideology live in them.

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July 19, 2017, 08:08:23 PM
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dead? last time i checked the cia director was fit as a fiddle...
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This was actually a good one.

Killing the leader of Isis doesn't mean a thing. They thought that killing Bin Laden will change things, and look where it got us.

Well it worked. Al-Qaeda's operations went down significantly.

Even then - the assumption that if one man mastermind an attack that takes advantage of weak security protocols, who should we really be blaming? 9/11 was one big shitty excuse to go into war whichever way you look at it.

At the end of the day, you leave a nation destabilized because you think you've ended the war on terror and another group takes it place. Remember when Al-Qaeda called ISIS too extreme?

Boy, you both believe in killing infidels - there's no grey area to this. You kill, your bad.

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July 20, 2017, 02:01:33 AM
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Well it worked. Al-Qaeda's operations went down significantly.

Nope. Al Qaeda ran out of steam after it lost the competition to the ISIS. Bin Laden's death didn't had any impact on their operational capabilities. After 9/11, bin Laden didn't had much say on the internal affairs of Al Qaeda.

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July 20, 2017, 10:42:21 AM
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Even ISIS leader is dead they continue what there want to do. It is not take affect of what their gonna do. They have a plan before.

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July 21, 2017, 01:34:42 AM
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Even ISIS leader is dead they continue what there want to do. It is not take affect of what their gonna do. They have a plan before.

The ISIS is not very dependent on the leaders. So there is not going to be much impact of Baghdadi's death (that is, if he is dead for real). We need to analyze the various steps which can be taken to curtail the growth of the ISIS. In my opinion, rather than killing their top leaders, more importance must be given to preventing the funds and weapons flowing in from the GCC nations to the ISIS controlled territory.

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That's good news, but I think if they have a leader of course have a representative, if the leader dies must be his deputy who fills the leadership position, and they could become more anarchist.

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That's good news, but I think if they have a leader of course have a representative, if the leader dies must be his deputy who fills the leadership position, and they could become more anarchist.
It seems to me that some of the special services I will invent in ****** some FGC leader in terrorist organizations to achieve certain goals and manipulate public opinion. Actually, it was always assumed, even when I was talking about Osama bin Laden.
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That's good news, but I think if they have a leader of course have a representative, if the leader dies must be his deputy who fills the leadership position, and they could become more anarchist.
It seems to me that some of the special services I will invent in ****** some FGC leader in terrorist organizations to achieve certain goals and manipulate public opinion. Actually, it was always assumed, even when I was talking about Osama bin Laden.
Yes I think it could be a lie so that their leader can be safe from pursuit. And make an attack in the next town.

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That's good news, but I think if they have a leader of course have a representative, if the leader dies must be his deputy who fills the leadership position, and they could become more anarchist.

The ISIS can't become any more anarchic. They have proved within a short duration that they are the most barbaric terrorist organization of any time. Not only they have committed terror acts against the Yazidis and Christians, they have also targeted the Shiite Muslims.

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July 21, 2017, 11:54:29 AM
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That's good news, but I think if they have a leader of course have a representative, if the leader dies must be his deputy who fills the leadership position, and they could become more anarchist.
The death of the leader is not going to disrupt the effectiveness of ISIS, these people are evil in the inside already and they were not corrupted as some may believe it to be, they already wanted to commit these heinous activities and ISIS just gave them the opportunity to do just that.



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July 21, 2017, 12:01:09 PM
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Isn't it Baghdadi has been reported dead several times previously?

But if indeed he is dead as reported by the media, then would be a devastating blow to the group that has steadily lost ground in Iraq and Syria in recent years—pushed back by U.S.-led airstrikes, as well as ground offensives by Iraqi, Kurdish, Shia, and other forces in the region. This week, Iraqi forces recaptured Mosul from the group. In Syria, Raqqa, the group’s de-facto capital, is on the verge of falling. ISIS retains some ability to strike overseas—though at this point it is unclear if those operations are directed by ISIS or are inspired by it. Like what is happening in the Philippines.

Again, it may have a serious blow, but I think the hierarchy will just vote for a new leader and continue to create havoc on other Western countries. So they should not let their guards down by a bit. So expect a new wave of attacks in retaliation of the death of their beloved leader.

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