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Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Kurdish fighters stole Baghdadi underwear for Operation Jackpot


The biggest challenge before America was to find out where Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the leader of the dreaded terrorist organization, is hiding. America had to fight hard to get information about the rain village in Syria where Baghdadi was hidden.

Intelligence agency CIA's underwear connection

To solve this problem, the US intelligence agency CIA joined hands with spies of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an organization of Kurdish fighters. An agent of the SDF meticulously arrived at the house in Baroda where Baghdadi lived. He stole some of Baghdadi's underwear from there and handed it to American forces. By testing DNA from a sample from this underwear, America became 100 percent comfortable that the person presents there is a terrorist of ISIS. After this, the US carried out this operation jackpot.

Such stolen underwear

Polt Kaine, a senior SDF adviser, explained the story of Baghdadi's underwear on Twitter in detail. He said, "From May 15 onwards, we were monitoring Baghdadi's whereabouts and trying to find it. We were able to find from our sources that Baghdadi had come from Al Dawisha's Al Jor area of ​​Al Darsisha towards Idlib. Gone. "Polt Caine said that Baghdadi was constantly changing its hideout in fear of the attack, this time he was about to change his base. Then one of our agents reached the house where Baghdadi lived. He retrieved some of Baghdadi's underwear and came back. After this, a DNA test was done with this underwear sample and it was ensured that the person who was looking for America lives in the same house.

Turkey attacked before US operation

After being leisurely about Baghdadi's presence, America was about to attack there. So the news came that Baghdadi is about to change its base once again. Meanwhile, in another development, Turkey attacked Kurdish fighters in Syria. Because of this, the US had to stop its operation for a few days.

Kurds got support in attack

After this, Turkey soon halted its operation in Syria and the US once again launched a campaign to carry out its operation. Finally, on Saturday night, the US carried out this attack. US President Donald Trump was referring to the help of the Kurds when he addressed the country after the end of Baghdadi. Turkish military advisor Poulot Can say that the US military got all the help from them. The SDF helped the American troops to describe the coordinate as a target for the airdrop.

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