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    The “Premature” Death of ISIS – Despite Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Blessed Elimination – Ignores The “Elephant In The Room!” Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

    Updated: November 16, 2019 at 2:19 pm EST  See Comments

    Originally Published on This Site

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    WHEN this expert in Islamic jihad heard the blessed news (all the way from Israel) that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-anointed head of the Islamic State snake, met his fiery and humiliating demise on Oct. 26, well, bringing out the bubbly would have been an appropriate reaction, that is, if yours truly was inclined to imbibe. Instead, breaking into song and dance (a natural response at this end) had to suffice. As is said, express yourself….

    WITH said mental image(s) part of the picture, President Trump, the Commander-in-Chief, rightfully and righteously, hailed the kill that took out the “garbage of all human garbage” – meanwhile, giving credit to Conan, the warrior canine of all doggies, too!! Atta boy….

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    BUT after all is said and done – the backslapping and high-fives, alike – the nation is faced with the same cognitive dissonance re Islamic jihadi terrorism, indeed, a redundancy in terms. Pointedly, this is coming from an administration that should know better. Ugh!

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