miercuri, 31 august 2016


  • Who was the ISIS propaganda chief killed by a U.S. airstrike?
    This article was first published on the Atlantic Council site. On August 30, reports began circulating that Abu Muhammed al-Adnani had been killed in Aleppo, Syria. Adnani, designated by the United States as a terrorist, gained notoriety for his threats and statements against countries around the world. As the official spokesman for the Islamic State (ISIS) and the militant group’s “emir of Syria,” he was one of the most wanted militants in the world. In early 2014 and on May 5, the U.S, State department offered a $5 million reward for information about him. Adnani has been known by several names. Originally Taha Subhi Falaha, he was born in the countryside near the Syrian city of Idlib in 1977. Read More

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