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Sunday, January 8, 2017

British SAS Ordered to Hunt Down and Eliminate Islamic State Leader


'Dead man walking' Crack SAS team ordered to hunt down and kill evil Islamic State leader

11:55, Sun, Jan 8, 2017 | UPDATED: 14:44, Sun, Jan 8, 2017

THE SAS has made the leader of Islamic State (ISIS) its number one target, with the murderous jihadi being described as “a dead man walking”.

The elite military unit has been ordered to take down Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a “kill not capture mission”.

Defence chiefs in both Britain and the US believe eliminating the ISIS leader is the best chance of defeating the terror cell for good.

They hope that by cutting off the head the body will die, in a similar way to al-Qaeda, which has never fully recovered from the death of leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 2006.

MI6 and GCHQ are now putting all resources into tracking down and killing al-Baghdadi.

The assassination plot will be led by top SAS snipers, while covert squads monitor hideouts in Iraq and Syria.

Spy planes will intercept emails and phone calls, with additional intelligence coming from MI6 and CIA double agents who have deserted al-Baghdadi after seeing atrocities carried outing his name.

Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday, an unnamed defence source said: “The head of IS is now a priority target. That means the SAS will be using all of their experience and skill to track him down.

“He is a dead man walking, it’s just a matter of time.

“He’s going to be killed by ground troops or taken out in an air strike or drone strike.”

The SAS will also work closely with US counterparts Delta Force, alongside the CIA and the National Security Agency.

It was a team of SAS and Delta Force soldiers who hunted down al-Qaida boss al-Zarqawi in Iraq in 2006.

The terror leader was traced to a safehouse in Hbhib and died after a US Air Force F16 dropped dropped two 500lb guided bombs onto the building.

Over the years there have numerous reports of al-Baghdadi’s death, all of which have proven false.

There was growing speculation that he had been killed after not being seen in recent months, but he was reportedly spotted last month.

At the same time, the US government raised the price on his head from $10million to $25m.

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