News of the death of a butcher Daash a US raid in Raqqa 11/14/2015
News of the death of a butcher Daash a US raid in Raqqa
11/14/2015 0 Comments
Capitals AFP announced US Department of Defense (Pentagon) launched an air raid on the city of Raqqa stronghold organization Daash in Syria led to the death of a butcher Daash jihadist John. The Pentagon said in a statement that "Mohammed Amoizi" known as John, a British citizen, appeared in the video recordings in the killing of American journalist Steven Sotloff and James Foley factor in American humanitarian sector Abdul Rahman Kaseg British and humanitarian workers David Haines and Alan Henning Japanese journalist Kenji Goto and the other hostages. " According to CNN and the Washington Post Americas, quoting US officials that the air strike carried out by the drone, he noted that US intelligence spotted Amoizi several days ago. The observatory said director Rami Abdel Rahman said that "an air strike on a car in the city of Raqqa near the center of the town hall," which resulted in "four people, one of them leading Briton in the group killed".
For his part, US Secretary of State John Kerry said yesterday, "We are still in the process of evaluating the results of the raid but the terrorists associated Bdaash should know something: that your days numbered and will you defeat". Kerry stressed that "there is no future there is no way forward" for the organization.
However, analysts say that the impact of the death of "jihadist John" will probably be symbolic and not for tactical extremist organization, which controls large areas of Iraq and Syria, where many of the atrocities committed.
British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday that US air raid that targeted the "jihadist John" in Syria are "self-defense", but he acknowledged that the killing of the jihadist organization that belongs to the Daash "uncertain yet."
Cameron said that the operation that targeted the British extremist who appeared in the video recordings of the execution of hostages, whose real name is Mohammed Amoizi, was a joint US-British effort. Cameron said in a statement from its headquarters in front of Downing Street, "We can not confirm yet whether the strike successful.