We don’t know about you, but this seems like the perfect excuse to celebrate with a double crispy bacon sarnie and a good ol’ cuppa’ tea.
Ding Dong! Abu is dead.
Wake up you sleepy head, rub your eyes, and get out of bed.
Ding Dong! Abu is dead!
Syrian state television has reported that the barbaric leader of the Islamic State cult Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in an air strike.
Claims suggest the world’s most wanted terrorist was blasted with heavy artillery while in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.
Now of course, we here at Brainstain don’t want to go and get our sauce pan out just yet and bang it loudly, as experts remain sceptical after the leader of Islamic State’s death has been falsely reported in the past.
Just when you think you’ve killed that pesky little Abu, he manages to sneak away into oblivion again .
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has a £20 million bounty on his head because of his hate-filled sermons that has inspired multiple terror atrocities and suicide attacks across Europe, including the most recent attack in Manchester during an Ariana Grande concert, in which at least 22 people were killed and 59 were injured in a suicide attack by Salman Abedi.
This comes in a year in which more than 50 people were injured and four more were killed by Khalid Masood when he drove a car into pedestrians on the pavement along the south side of Westminster Bridge.
He was then shot by an armed police officer and died at the scene.
On June 8, even more people were killed in central London when three attackers drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and then launched a knife attack in Borough Market on foot.
The attackers were shot dead by officers, who arrived on the scene of the attack within eight minutes. All these attacks were inspired by ISIS and were in the name of Islam.
In April, it was reported that al-Baghdadi’s second-in-command, had been killed in an air strike in Iraq.
Ayad al-Jumaili was killed with other Islamic State commanders in a strike carried out by the Iraqi air force in the region of al-Qaim, near the border with Syria, Iraqi State TV said, describing Jumaili as Islamic State’s “second-in-command” and “war minister”.
But, even though the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi would certainly be a propaganda victory for the Assad regime, as Syria’s civil war continues, the fight against deranged ISIS will still wage on, till every last one of them is blown up into smithereens.
But, starting with killing their glorified leader would certainly be a good start. Maybe then, we will finally see an end to these remorseless “losers” once and for all.
We love the smell of dead ISIS operatives in the morning, don’t you?
Story by Michael Lee
Featured Photo Credit – Daily Express