ISIS Leader Dead After Compound Raided, Biden Admin Confirms – Opinion

There’s one less ISIS leader in the world according to the Biden Administration who said on Thursday morning that a raid on the terrorist group’s compound resulted in the leader blowing himself up, resulting in innocent casualties.

ABC News reported that Joe Biden, the President of ISIS, announced that the White House had conducted an overnight raid on Syria. This was in response to President Donald Trump’s death.

“Last night, operating on my orders, the United States military forces successfully removed in a major terrorist threat to the world, the global leader of ISIS, known as Haji Abdullah. He took over as leader of ISIS in 2019 after the United States counterterrorism operation killed Al Baghdadi,” Biden announced. “Thanks to the bravery of our troops, this horrible terrorist leader is no more.”

Biden provided details on the raid, explaining that ISIS leader ISIS decided to end his life in a group of women and children who used an explosive device. This killed him as well as everyone else around him.

“Knowing that this terrorist had chosen to surround himself with families, including children, we made a choice to pursue a Special Forces raid at a much greater risk than our to our own people rather than targeting him with an airstrike,” Biden said. “We made this choice to minimize civilian casualties.”

“We do know that as our troops approached to capture the terrorist — in a final act of desperate cowardice he, with no regard to the lives of his own family or others in the building, he chose to blow himself up — not just in the vest but the blow-up that third floor, rather than face justice for the crimes he has committed, taking several members of his family with him. Just as his predecessor did,” Biden said, describing the raid.

According to Pentagon sources, the U.S. Special Forces destroyed the helicopter on the ground after it experienced problems with its engine.

“U.S. “U.S. Central Command” directed special operations forces to conduct a counterterrorism operation in northeast Syria. It was a success. There were no U.S. casualties,” said John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, in a statement. “More information will be provided as it becomes available.”

According to an American official, one of the helicopters involved in the mission had a mechanical issue and was forced to be destroyed on the ground by U.S forces.

According to the Associated Press, residents heard gunfire, blasts and helicopters in the vicinity. The residents also saw body parts in the vicinity of a demolished house’s upper story that was surrounded by rubble.

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