Friday, March 11, 2016

Abu Dawud.

This is coolbert:

I am confused about this. There are now two high-value-targets [HVT] as being captured by American special operations forces in Iraq or Syria that have information and insight into the chemical capability of the Islamic State?

One such personality is Sleiman Daoud al-Afari. The second Sulayman Dawud al-Bakkar also now in American [?] captivity. These are NOT one and the same individual? ISIL senior commanders and those in leadership roles operate under a nom de guerre so confusion is normal in such matters?

"US coalition strikes ISIS chemical weapon sites"

"The US-led coalition carried out the first air strikes on Islamic State (ISIS) chemical weapons sites, the Pentagon said Thursday, acting on crucial information from a captured senior insurgent.

The successful multiple bombings came as a result of intelligence from Sulayman Dawud al-Bakkar, also known as Abu Dawud"

"His capture by US special forces in February - Dawud was transferred Thursday into Iraqi custody after interrogation - appears to be a major boon in the fight against the ISIS group in Iraq and Syria"

See those most recent previous blog entries germane to the topic of ISIL chemical munitions:


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