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Could ISIS Make a Comeback?


On Tuesday, the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) announced ISIS leader Maher al-Agal was killed in a drone strike in Syria. Responsible for overseeing the functioning of the terror organization abroad, al-Agal was a critical target for anti-ISIS forces. In the strike, another ISIS official was gravely injured. So far in 2022, the U.S. captured senior ISIS leader Hani Ahmed al-Kurdi in February and located the terror group’s head Aby Ibrahim al-Hasimi al-Quraishi in a raid that resulted in his death in June. The latest strike, which took out al-Agal, represents a significant blow to the ISIS movement, which has already…

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