What are the chances that the SAS will get al-Baghdadi?

‘CAPTURE OR KILL’ SAS ‘sent in to catch ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dead or alive’

THE SAS have reportedly been sent on a “kill or capture” mission to hunt down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The SAS. Hmm, I guess I won’t be holding my breath.

Britain’s elite commandos are said to have joined American Special Forces to seek out the death cult leader in light of the horrific bomb attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka.

 Al-Baghdadi is heard addressing ISIS' defeat and revenge attacks
Al-Baghdadi is heard addressing ISIS’ defeat and revenge attacks

Two hundred and fifty-three people were killed in the blasts, including eight Britons and now it is feared the West could be targeted next.

There is currently a £20million bounty on Baghdadi, who was presumed dead until new footage of him speaking to followers was released by ISIS in April.

Nicknamed the “invisible sheikh”, the terror chief is notoriously allusive and reportedly wears a mask while speaking to his sick band of jihadi thugs.

But he has been forced to go into hiding after ISIS suffered heavy defeats in Iraq, Syria and Libya – including losing control of Mosul in July, 2017.

THE ‘INVISIBLE SHEIKH’

In February, it was reported that Al-Baghdadi was hiding out in deserts in eastern Syria after successfully fleeing an attempted coup from militants to seize control of ISIS.

However now he is believed to be in Iraq’s Al Anbar province, west of Baghdad.

Colonel Richard Kemp, former adviser to the Government on terrorism, labelled him one of the “most evil men in history” who inspired followers to “act of the most medieval barbarity”.

He told the Mirror: “We need to get him urgently to stop his poisonous message encouraging global violence, including savage attacks in Britain like we saw at the Manchester Arena in 2017.”

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This is a horrible situation to be in. Just when you thought you found a safe place from Moslem persecution you find that your torturers have already arrived.

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You really have to ask yourself how degenerats like this got into the United States. Who in the f*kc lets these people in?

 

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