“Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48,” is the headline the Washington Post wrote to describe the death of a terrorist and mass murderer. (Yes, the headline is real.)

 

For years the Washington Post ran propaganda from Jamal Khashoggi, who was not a journalist but instead was a columnist paid by the terrorist-sponsoring nation of Qatar.

Bloomberg has an even more pro-ISIS headline (Archive), “Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi transformed himself from a little-known teacher of Koranic recitation into the self-proclaimed ruler of an entity that covered swaths of Syria and Iraq.”

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4 Replies to “The Washington Post Refers to Terrorist Leader Baghdadi as “Austere Religious Scholar””

  1. By NOW, “we the people”, are used to the EXTREME, incredulous bullschitt from our nation’s mainstream media. “MAINSTREAM” PATRIOTS know the REAL enemy of our REPUBLIC !!!

  2. Just want to point out that was a quote from bloombergs full article the headline is a very boring: Who Was Abu Akr Al-Bagdadi (sorry for spelling). The article itself seems to tell his rise and fall in a very neutral tone neither for or against. I was surprised that they didn’t really post a death toll he was responsible for. Anyways it certainly wasn’t Pro ISIS any terrorist who read that article would get very depressed reading the the last paragraph as it finishes with an almost dismissive/he-will-be-forgotten paragraph. That might be a better approach than to hail him as an ultimate evil to the west as that would acknowledge the threat on an emotional level.

  3. All he ever wanted to do was play a little soccer and read a history book now and then. Maybe collect stamps on the side. Or take up knitting. The case for entering him into a comprehensive re-socialization program must have been quite compelling. But no…

    One feels reminded of introverted political philosopher Pol Pot, fellow Islamic history buff and faith-inspired social activist Osama bin Laden, soft-spoken omelet-maker and all-around cuddly teddy-bear Josef Stalin and similar historical figures.

    Bad Orange Man brutally slays introverted political philosopher, Islamic history buff, faith-inspired social activist and all-around cuddly teddy bear in Syria… will the madness ever end?

    Napoleon became a cognac. Maybe Abu-Bakr will become a goat cheese one day.

  4. Wow. What a hullabaloo over nothing. The guy was austere. The guy was a religious scholar. The guy was the leader of ISIS. That’s what the headline said. All true.

    Some religious scholars believe terrible things, and they get their terrible ideas from religious books. Maybe they use the religious books to justify their terrible ideas, I don’t know.

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