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What did America do to Baghdadi’s body after death, know

The Islamic State’s master Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Idlib, Syria, was killed by American soldiers in his secret hideout. The dreaded terrorist Baghdadi, surrounded in his cavalry, blew himself up with an explosive belt tied to his waist. Not only this, but three innocent children were also killed with him. Baghdadi was run over and killed by the US Army. The biggest question that arose after the Killing Baghdadi was what did the US military do with his body? Now the US Army has lifted the curtain on this question. The US military said its body was disposed of under the rules and the Law of Armed Conflict. US defence sources explained that DNA test was done after his death and the body was then buried in the sea. Let us tell you, the same thing was done with the dreaded terrorist Osama bin Laden. Islam has a tradition of burial in the ground, but the US military decided to bury Baghdadi in the sea so that future terrorists do not convert the tomb of the head of the Islamic State into a memorial. Laden was also buried in the sea with the same intention so that he could not become the Messiah in the eyes of the terrorists.

Mark Miley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Army, said, “Baghdadi’s body was taken to a safe location for DNA testing. After this, his body was disposed of. This work was done completely under the rules. On Saturday evening, Baghdadi, along with several terrorists, was killed by the US military by taking action in Barisha village in the northwestern province of Idlib. Indeed, Baghdadi blew himself up after being surrounded by American commandos.

The top general of the US Army said, “We disposed of his body under our standard operating procedure. It also followed the Law of Ordered Conflict. ‘ Let us tell you that in 2011, Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by American Seal Commandos at his secret hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan. After this operation, Laden’s body was buried in the sea. Laden’s body was then dipped in a black bag. Approximately 136 kilograms of iron chains were also placed inside the bag so that it would go down in the sea.

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