Introduction — Dec 27, 2015
Like his predecessor, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the world’s current terror bogeyman appears to have defied earlier reports that he was killed in a coalition air strike. Instead, the world most wanted is issuing more dire threats, just as bin Laden once did.
The similarities go beyond regularly threatening the West however. Both men have been linked to Western intelligence and its covert operations. Bin Laden was linked to the CIA covert operations during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. There is indeed plenty of evidence to suggest that the supposed 9/11 mastermind was indeed a CIA asset otherwise known as Tim Osman.
Meanwhile for his part bin Laden’s successor has also been linked to Western intelligence. In the case of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the leader of Islamic State (or ISIS, Daesh or ISIL) is alleged to have been trained by Mossad. His real name being Simon Elliot (Elliot Shimon), an Israeli in the service of his country’s intelligence service who is masquerading as a Sunni militant in order to inflame hostility between Sunnis and Shia.
Alive and Well: Islamic State Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi Claims Caliphate is Going Strong Despite Strikes
Alap Naik Desai — Inquisitr.com Dec 27, 2015
Islamic State’s reclusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi claimed the “Caliphate” is going strong despite the airstrikes. The terror group released an audio statement that indicated he wasn’t killed by the America-led coalition’s airstrikes.
Believed to have been killed after his convoy was reportedly hit by an airstrike, al-Baghdadi, Islamic State’s key member and one of it influential leaders, released an audio statement calling for an uprising in Saudi Arabia and promising future attacks in Israel. The Islamic State group released the message on Saturday, which it claims is recorded by al-Baghdadi.
The message contains an extensive audio clipping, which purportedly contains the voice of al-Baghdadi, who claims the self-styled “Caliphate” is doing well. Continues …