New York, SANA – CNN revealed that the American armed forces had released the leader of the terrorist organization called the Islamic State and formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the man known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
In a report, the channel said that the U.S. Forces captured al-Baghdadi in Fallujah in 2004 that he was considered by them to be a low-ranking Al Qaida member.
The channel reported that according to a Pentagon spokesman, a review board recommended his unconditional release.
This new evidence proves that this man, who had proclaimed himself the Caliph of all Muslims, is just a pawn in the hands of the U.S. administration used to achieve its goals in the region.
This analysis is also corroborated by many pieces of evidence, one of them being what former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in her book “Hard Choices” about the fact that al-Baghdadi and his organization – which is financed by the regime of Saudi Arabia, the primary supporter of terrorism in the region and the world – are the creation of the U.S. administration whose sole purpose is to carry out its so-called “New Middle East Project.”
Analyzing al-Baghdadi’s personality, terrorism expert at Soufan Group Richard Barrett, believes the time spent by al-Baghdadi in U.S custody motivated him to build his base of fighters.
Barrett said that al-Baghdadi himself is living in the shadows and often appears in disguise, and that the terrorist leader works directly only with his closest advisers, keeping everybody else unaware of his location or his identity.
CNN referred to the fact that intelligence experts fear ISIS may even be more dangerous than Al Qaeda, describing al-Baghdadi as being “a ruthless and mysterious man… trying to build a powerful base” and highlighting that to the terrorists he commands, his allure comes from his promotion of brutality.
In the past few days, a photo went viral on social networks, showing al-Baghdadi with U.S. Senator John McCain near the Syrian–Turkish borders. According to some political analysts and experts on terrorism, this photo is plain evidence of the U.S. role in creating this terrorist and the organization he leads, noting that McCain visited a number of terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq during the past three years, providing them with different types of support.
Some media outlets also spoke recently about al-Baghdadi as working with Israeli intelligence agency the Mossad.
With each passing day, new information surfaces in the media around the world, revealing the CIA’s role in creating this terrorist organization, which is committing brutal crimes against the people of the region including but not limited to massacres, displacement, abduction, and rape, to the extent that red flags are being raised from inside the U.S. regarding this organization which has became a peril threatening not only the region, but the entire world, including those who created and nurtured it.
Ghinwa Maia / Hazem Sabbagh