Current head of ISIS/ISIL/Al-Qaeda, former inmate of US prison in Iraq

As you read this article over at the Telegraph, keep in mind that the US just gave up five more like him that we know of, and probably closer to 100

Iraq crisis: the jihadist behind the takeover of Mosul – and how America let him go 

The FBI “most wanted” mugshot shows a tough, swarthy figure, his hair in a jailbird crew-cut. The $10 million price on his head, meanwhile, suggests that whoever released him from US custody four years ago may now be regretting it.

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H/T Whuptdue

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3 Replies to “Current head of ISIS/ISIL/Al-Qaeda, former inmate of US prison in Iraq”

  1. But again going after this, that or the other individual jihadist leader seems a bit lost at this time.

    Its a bit like calling the world wide jihad produced by the global sunni awakening the “terrorism” of “Al-Qaeda”. We all know the real problem is islam and these people are just orthodox sunni muslims organized in different militia-groups with different leaders. Nothing mysterious about it, really.

    But the West keeps thinking along these lines. If just this “extremist” “terrorist” bad guy is killed or locked up then the bloody campaign towards the caliphate will stop and the muslims will become “moderate” over night and go home and be peaceful citizens in their respective countries.

    No way Jose!

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