The suicide of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was preceded by a largescale U.S. Special Operations forces raid on a compound in northern Syria’s Idlib Province, where the terrorist leader was thought to be hiding.
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If instant DNA tests exist, why is there such a backlog in the Judicial system?

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Not an anti-Trump comment. Who got the $25 million dead or alive reward? Why was there not a reward on his family, too? They were enablers. Since it is o.k. to put a massive reward on hard to find hidden Jihad leaders, seems odd and dumb that there is not a smaller $2,000 reward to kill the easier to find Jihadist out in the open among Islamists. Reward Islamic peasants $2,000 that say they hate evil murdering Jihadists that give Islam a bad name. There are 1.6 billion Islamists. They say only 20% do Jihad. So why can’t 1.55 billion squash 320 million? Reward them $2,000 per dead Jihadist and Jihad enabler. Which means many Jihadists in US should be hauled in for reward by good Islamists here. Oddly our Armed Forces only war with Jihadist in Middle East.

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He DIED LIKE A DOG with a BIG DOG IN HIS FACE!

To a SEVENTH CENTURY DEATH CULTIST, the ULTIMATE HOLLOWEEN NIGHTMARE.

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This whole operation reeks of fakeness.

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