Win-Win! Al-Qaeda Suicide Bomber Takes Out Several Top ISIS Leaders

Feel Good Story: Al-Qaeda Suicide Bomber Takes Out ISIS Leaders – Daily Wire

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An al-Qaeda suicide bomber killed key ISIS leaders.

The bombing took place on a Nov. 15 Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade meeting, an ISIS terror group in the Golan Heights. Several top leaders were at the meeting, and six of them died. The suicide bomber was a part of Al Nusra Front, al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate. The Islamic terrorist organization took credit for the attack over Twitter and called on ISIS terrorists to surrender themselves.

Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade responded, “The martyrdom of the leaders will only make us more determined. Blood and sacrifice is welcome for God’s sake.”

Alex Fishman, military correspondent for Yediot Aharonot, told Fox News, “The Islamic State [ISIS], that controls the closest area to the Israel border in the Syrian Golan Heights, suffered a severe blow and lost its entire top command in the area in one fell swoop.”

Fox also reported this:
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Regional experts suggest the successful suicide mission against such a significant affiliate shows a degree of on-the-ground vulnerability on the part of ISIS. They say it could be interpreted as justification for those who argue that only ‘boots on the ground’ can truly deal a crushing blow to ISIS, whose reported underground hiding places ensure that while they will suffer casualties from airstrikes carried out by the U.S., France and others, such tactics are unlikely to deal them a mortal blow.

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This would fall in line with what The Daily Wire’s Joshua Yashmeh was reporting on Monday.

The attack is a reflection of the rivalry between the barbaric Islamic terror organizations. Al-Qaeda doesn’t like the fact that ISIS kills other Muslims, ISIS think that al-Qaeda lacks “purity.” This rivalry could be very deadly, as TIME magazine’s Jared Malsin writes:
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There is mounting evidence of the potential for a competition in which ISIS, al-Qaeda, their affiliates, and individuals inspired by the those groups attempt to match or surpass one another’s acts of killing. In the short term, one group may succeed in attracting more recruits and funding, more praise from their online acolytes. But in the long term this is a contest with no winners, only losers, the victims.

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Regardless, the more al-Qaeda and ISIS kill each other instead of innocent civilians, the better.

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