for Years, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as the self-proclaimed Caliph of Syria and Iraq, responsible for mass executions, rapes, attacks, kidnappings and ethnic cleansing. According to facilitate the reactions to the death of the leader of the terrorist militia Islamic state (IS) were:
U.S. President Donald Trump said that al-Baghdadi had died “like a dog”. “The world is now a much safer place.”
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson spoke of “an important Moment in the fight against Terror,” but said the “fight against Evil” should be continued.
President Emmanuel Macron spoke of “a severe blow against the IS”, but the death of al-Baghdadi’s is only one stage. “The fight with our partners in the international coalition will continue to defeat the terrorist Organisation. This is our priority.”
According to the words of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assigned to fight the military use of the “determination” of the US-led “free countries”, the “forces of terror, terrorist organizations and terrorist States.” Al-Baghdadi’s death was a major milestone, but only part of a longer struggle that we must win”.
The spokesman of the Ministry of defence expressed doubts about the “for the umpteenth Time,” reported death of the IS-leader – the Ministry of no “no reliable information”, rather, it can give “conflicting Details”, the “legitimate questions and doubts as to the reality and, above all, the success of this American Operation volume”.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke of a “turning point in our common fight against terrorism”.
especially in Mosul, where al-Baghdadi declared in June 2014, his self-proclaimed Caliphate over a million people in Iraq and Syria, there was great relief at the death “of this criminal”. According to information from Intelligence officials in Baghdad, the information about the hiding place of al were-Baghdadi’s Iraqi intelligence service.
with the United States in the fight against the IS allied Kurdish militias in Northern Syria, face retaliatory attacks by sleeper cells of the IS. He is a also attacks on prisons under Kurdish administration, in which thousands of IS fighters are being held, said the commander of the Syrian Democratic forces (SDF), Maslum Abdi. (SDA/szm)