Series of efforts have originated from the Iraqi government and the United States to capture al-Baghdadi who is as of now the world’s most wanted terrorist.
The nearest the authorities ever were to him was a recently reported 2013 documentary that revealed he escaped being captured through a trapdoor in his secret residence.
In a recording released on Tuesday, ISIS boss calls Trump a clueless idiot, courtesy of spokesman Abi al-Hassan al-Muhajer,
“America you have drowned and there is no savior,”
“You have become prey for the soldiers of the caliphate in every part of the earth, you (the U.S.) are bankrupt and the signs of your demise are evident to every eye.”
“There is no more evidence than (that) you being run by an idiot who does not know what Syria or Iraq or Islam is,”
By these remarks the terrorist group took a swipe at the inexperience of President Trump. Be that as it may, Trump has been seen forming allies with any country whose priority is to fight ISIS.
President Trump reiterated that fact to the Egyptian president who just visited the White House.
The United States and Iraq have a long history of disagreements; but this one time, both governments are working together to rid the Middle East country of terrorists.
On Sunday, Trump’s son in law, Jared Kushner, visited Iraq with a top US military personnel. Serving as a special adviser to the presidency on foreign policy, Trump is certain that Krushner who is politically inexperienced as well has the ability of brokering peace in the Middle East.
ISIS captured the city of Mosul but lately the Iraqi government is claiming back the territory. Sadly about 290, 000 people have fled Mosul.
Recently the US Secretary of state, Rex Tillerson met with delegates from 68 Western and Middle-East countries at the State Department, Washington.
The coalition to defeat the Islamic State group had the Iraqi Prime Minister in attendance.
So far, the US-led coalition campaign has yielded positive results according to US and Iraqi officials. It has been largely successful in defeating jihadists in the Middle East.
During the meeting Secretary Rex Tillerson assured the members of a 68-country coalition against ISIS that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi will be captured in a matter of time.
“Nearly all of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s deputies are now dead, including the mastermind behind the attacks in Brussels, Paris and elsewhere,”
“It is only a matter of time before Baghdadi himself meets the same fate.”
Supporting Tillerson’s supposition, the US defense department reported that al-Baghdadi is incommunicado with his fighter as he has fled the war torn Mosul.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the most wanted man in the world now with a £20 million promise for anyone with helpful information that can lead to his capture.
The 45-year old Jihadist is largely suspected to have fled into the desert near Mosul using 17 suicide car bombs.