Liberals claimed that a President Trump would be a “recruiting tool” for ISIS, but the polar opposite of that appears to be taking place.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has become “intemperate,” losing self-control and showing signs of “paranoia,” according to Fox News. Messages out of Mosul Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, which have been reviewed by Reuters, maintain that al-Baghdadi is now refusing to leave the safety of his underground bunkers.
The ISIS leader has also reportedly begun “neglecting his appearance.” Is al-Baghdadi trying to disguise his identity in the hopes coalition troops will not recognize him when they breach his defenses in Mosul? Or is he too depressed to care for himself?
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is now not only refusing to leave his underground hideouts, but he is also reportedly strapping on his suicide vest every night before going to bed. The news of the ISIS leader’s Trump concerns came on the heels of American-back Iraqi forces closing in on the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul.
“He lives underground and has tunnels that stretch to different areas. He doesn’t sleep without his suicide bomber vest, so he can set it off if he’s captured,” a counter-terrorism source inside Mosul reported.
Over the weekend, the Iraqi troops reportedly pushed further into eastern Mosul. Their efforts were aided by aerial support from the anti-terrorism coalition led by the United States.
Iraq Major General Sami al-Aridi said his team of special forces experienced significant resistance from ISIS fighters. The fight against radical Islamic terrorism will get a much needed boost once the president-elect is sworn into office – and political correctness is removed from the battle plan.
Several weeks ago, the Islamic State leader recorded a message urging his militant forces to keep up the fight to protect Mosul. The recording was nearly two hours long, but because the leader is essentially running scared, we doubt his video will boost the morale of terrorists.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s recording was distributed through ISIS’s media arm, the militant al-Furqan group. “Oh you who seek martyrdom! Start your actions! Turn the night of the disbelievers into day,” the recording reportedly said.
“Totally decimate their territories and make their blood flow like rivers,” al-Baghdadi also said in his message to ISIS fighters. The Islamic State has been in control of the Mosul area since 2014 though it is home to more than one million people.
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