ISIS prisoner warns of terror assaults in Europe at ANY MOMENT after Baghdadi’s dying and says risk is worse than ever

ISIS prisoner warns of terror attacks in Europe at ANY MOMENT after Baghdadi’s death and says threat is worse than ever


AN ISIS prisoner has warned there may very well be terror assaults in Europe in retaliation to the dying of terror chief, al-Baghdadi on Saturday.

The prisoner, Bosnian born Muhammad Hasik, 25, made the chilling feedback in an interview with ABC Information – additionally warning that ISIS “is not going to cease.”

Hasik gave a chilling and remorseless interview to ABC Information

Within the interview, Hasik – who exhibits is aware of regret for the Islamic State’s crimes – says that the eradication of the chief is not going to cease ISIS and will make it even stronger.

When one dies one other pops up


Muhammed Hasik

He says: “Possibly one thing will occur in Europe as a result of many individuals are upset about [al-Baghdadi’s death.]”

He added that it “didn’t matter” if President Trump claims the caliphate had ended, telling the interviewer “the [ISIS] individuals nonetheless exist.

“When one dies one other pops up.”

Hasik labored as a policeman throughout his time in IS, and expects to be free of the excessive safety jail in Northern Iraq as he believes he didn’t “break no regulation.”

He mentioned: “We simply caught individuals doing medication and issues like that.

“I used to be simply doing a job. This conflict is soiled. And I’m fed up with conflict.

“I wish to stay a standard life with my household and children.”

The chilling prediction comes as US senator has warned The Whitehouse “it’s not time to place a ‘Mission Achieved’ banner” up.

‘CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER’

Senator Bob Menendez informed officers: “The top of Bin Laden was not the top of Al Qaeda and the top of al-Baghdadi will not be the top of ISIS.

“You’ve a reconstituted power of practically 30,000 ISIS fighters. That may be a clear and current hazard.”

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died on Saturday, October 26 after detonating a suicide vest, killing himself and three of his youngsters.

President Trump mentioned the ISIS chief “died like a canine…crying, whimpering and screaming and bringing three children with him.”

Hailing Saturday night time’s operation as an “unbelievable success” Mr Trump referred to as it a “nice night time for the US and for the world” as they’d introduced the “world’s better terrorist chief to justice.”

In an extra blow to ISIS, Baghdadi’s second in command Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir was additionally killed.

Mr Trump mentioned he stored US lawmakers out of the loop concerning the raid, as a result of he was frightened of leaks.


Eight American navy helicopters flew over territory managed by Russian and Syrian forces, flying over closely militarised territory managed by a number of nations and forces earlier than touchdown at Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s compound.

CNN reviews that a number of different US plane and ships had been additionally concerned within the covert nighttime mission.

Each operations had been carried out with the assistance of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died on October 26 after detonating a suicide vest[/caption]

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In the course of the interview, Hasik insisted he had not damaged the regulation[/caption]

Alamy Dwell Information

President Trump hailed the operation on al-Baghdadi as a ‘nice success’[/caption]


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