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Five Key ISIS Leaders Captured
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This is a breaking story, and so far all we have is a tweet from the President and a short article.

Tweeted from Pres. Trump:

"Five Most Wanted leaders of ISIS just captured!"

Four pictures of the terrorists are shown below.

From : The New York Times

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Quote:By Margaret Coker
May 9, 2018

BAGHDAD — Five senior Islamic State officials have been captured, including a top aide to the group’s leader, in a complex cross-border sting carried out by Iraqi and American intelligence, two Iraqi officials said Wednesday.

The three-month operation, which tracked a group of senior Islamic State leaders who had been hiding in Syria and Turkey, represents a significant intelligence victory for the American-led coalition fighting the extremist group and underscores the strengthening relationship between Washington and Baghdad.

Two Iraqi intelligence officials said those captured included four Iraqis and one Syrian whose responsibilities included governing the Islamic State’s territory around Deir al-Zour, Syria, directing internal security and running the administrative body that oversees religious rulings.

Iraq’s external intelligence agency published a statement confirming the arrests, but did not mention any details of the role played by the Americans or the Turks. The two Iraqi intelligence officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss details that had not been made public.

Iraqi state television broadcast images of four of the men arrested in the operation.

This is great news!  Wouldn't it be awesome to rid our world of this evil? 

NEVER FEAR, TRUMP IS HERE!   smallgreenbananadancer




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Send in Gina Haspel and her rubber gloves...! there's some Gitmo customers ready to serve!!
tinysurprised
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(05-10-2018, 06:00 PM)BIAD Wrote: Send in Gina Haspel and her rubber gloves...! there's some Gitmo customers ready to serve!!
tinysurprised

Yes, we need her NOW!

It is my guess that they are already "comfortable" in their newly acquired padded rooms, or soon will be.     tinybiggrin




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(05-10-2018, 06:04 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
(05-10-2018, 06:00 PM)BIAD Wrote: Send in Gina Haspel and her rubber gloves...! there's some Gitmo customers ready to serve!!
tinysurprised

Yes, we need her NOW!

It is my guess that they are already "comfortable" in their newly acquired padded rooms, or soon will be.      tinybiggrin

I Agree and I Agree with her Stance and Position on Torture,,,,,,  tinylaughing
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Quote:ISIS leader responsible for infamous execution of downed pilot who was burned alive in a cage is captured.

*ISIS leader Saddam al-Jamal is one of four captured using fake messages
*He was responsible for execution of Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh in 2015
*Video of al-Kasasbeh being burned alive in a cage shocked the world 

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Caught: Saddam al-Jamal is one of the most senior ISIS commanders to be captured so
far and was responsible for the brutal execution of Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh in 2015.

'The ISIS commander behind the brutal execution of a Jordanian pilot who was burned to death in a cage
in 2015 is among the four senior ISIS leaders captured last week in Iraq. 
Saddam al-Jamal is one of the most senior ISIS commanders to be detained so far and was tipped as a
future leader of the death cult.

He gained a reputation for brutality as an ISIS commander with a taste for personally beheading prisoners. 
The Jordanian security services believe he masterminded the brutal killing of downed pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh
in 2015. Al-Kasasbeh was a Royal Jordanian Air Force pilot who was shot down in Raqqa, Syria, in December
2014.

A few weeks later, ISIS released a video online showing the 26-year-old being burned alive in a cage -in images
that shocked the world. Al-Jamal has been accused of a series of atrocities, including taking part in a massacre
in the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor in 2014 which killed 700 members of a tribe that rose up against ISIS.

He had previously been a commander in the Free Syrian Army and then leader of a western-allied 'moderate'
Islamist group called Ahfab al-Rasoul. Al-Jamal is said to have ordered the execution of children, sometimes in
front of their parents.

In 2014, Iraqi officials claimed that al-Jamal had murdered an entire family after the parents prevented the daughter
from marrying him. Gruesome images released on social media show him gleefully posing with a collection of charred
severed heads.

He was one of four leaders of ISIS captured by Iraqi security forces after they were lured from Syria to Iraq with fake
Telegram messages. Iraqi officials used the mobile phone of already captured ISIS lieutenant Ismail al-Eithawi to send
instructions via the app for the four other leaders to come to Iraq, where they were seized.

The encrypted app was officially named by ISIS as one of its favoured mobile messaging services in 2015 and has
been regularly used by the terror group for private communication and to spread propaganda.
Al-Eithawi, who also uses the alias Abu Zaid al-Iraqi, was captured in February by Turkish intelligence and handed
over to the Iraqis.

Eithawi was a direct aide to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, responsible for fund transfers to the group's bank
accounts in different countries. Apart from al-Eithawi and al-Jamal, the operation captured three field commanders:
Syrian Mohamed al-Qadeer and two Iraqis, Omar al-Karbouli and Essam al-Zawbai...'

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Pic 3.                                                               Pic 4.

Pic 1. Field commander Mohamed al-Qadeer seen on Iraqi television.
Pic 2. Ismail Alwan al-Ethawi pictured in an Iraqi government release.
Pic 3. Field commander Omar Shehab El-Karboul seen on Iraqi television.
Pic 4. ISIS field commander Issam Abdel Kader al-Zawba'i from the Iraqi National Intelligence Service news release.
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