ISIS ‘Leader’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Reportedly Orders 320 Of His Followers To Be Killed For Disloyalty
Buried in the news of Hurricane Michael, the correction in the U.S. stock market, and the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, was a story posted to the October 11, 2018 edition of the DailyMail about turmoil and chaos within the Islamic State — or what’s left of it. Phoebe Southworth reported that Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has reportedly issued orders that as many as 320 of his followers be executed for being disloyal to the group – citing Iraqi intelligence. “High profile commanders said to be on the list include Abu al-Barra al-Ansari, Sief al-Din al-Iraqi, Abu Otham alTal Afari, Abu Iman al-Mowahed, and Marawan Hadid al-Suri,” Ms. Southworth wrote.
If true, this is great news. As the late POTUS Abraham Lincoln once said, “A house divided cannot stand.” While al-Baghdadi and his inner circle are full of paranoia and focused inward, and killing their own, that means less time to focus on us, and/or plan operations against the West. Hopefully there are avenues here that may allow us to exacerbate any cracks/fissures within the group. Rest uneasy, and sleep — less al-Baghdadi. You will never be able to stop looking over your shoulder — for the rest of your miserable, and detestable life. RCP, fortunascorner.com