‘ISIS is coming back’: Former US Nato commander warns that the terror network will accelerate planned attacks after the death of its leader and will target Christmas markets

Monday, October 28, 2019
By Paul Martin

Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a raid Saturday in Syria
Retired admiral James Stavridis said he now expects Christmas markets ‘to be a rich target of revenge for his death’, saying: ‘ISIS is not a single individual’
‘Just like winter is coming, the Islamic state is coming back’, he warned Monday
Stavridis predicted ISIS will now ‘accelerate operations they have in the pipeline’
Trump said Sunday that U.S. forces had hit the hiding place of al-Baghdadi
Stavridis said he had an ‘overwhelming sense of approval for this action’
He also paid tribute to the Kurds ‘who were absolutely central to this moment’

By LAUREN FRUEN
DAILYMAIL.COM
28 October 2019

A former US Nato commander warned Monday that ISIS will likely accelerate planned attacks after the death of its leader and may look to target Christmas markets in their assault.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, 48, killed himself and three children by deploying his suicide vest as U.S. Special Ops forces raided his hideaway in Idlib, northwest Syria on Saturday.

Retired admiral James Stavridis told the Today show Monday he is ‘very concerned as the holiday season comes’ and expects Christmas markets ‘to be a rich target of revenge’ for his death.

In a stark warning the former US Navy Supreme Allied Commander at Nato said: ‘ISIS is not a single individual, unfortunately.

‘If it were, this would be over. It’s not. Just like winter is coming, the Islamic state is coming back.’

He added: ‘Unfortunately, I would predict just as we accelerated an operation that was in the pipeline to take Baghdadi, they will accelerate operations they have in the pipeline, particularly targeting Europe, I would guess.’

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