Reminder: New ISIS Leader Abdullah Qardash is Still DEAD

Whatever happened to ISIS’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the US government has been deceiving us all the whole time.

That is why I reported on November 11, 2019, that the alleged new ISIS leader Abdullah Qardash has been dead since 2017, although still no specific date is being provided by any source.

Yahoo, AFP: “Citing Iraqi intelligence sources, [Hisham] Hashemi [an alleged “Iraqi expert on IS”] said that Qardash had been dead since 2017.”Qardash’s daughter is currently held by Iraqi intelligence,” he said. “Both her and other relatives have confirmed that he died in 2017.”

By documenting the initial narrative of October 28, 2019 (the above Yahoo News excerpt) I have provided the resistance with a reference point for the future, once governments and the news media start spreading their lies again about ISIS et al.

Here We Go Again

In a December 10 article at The National the author, Jack Moore (remember that name!), claims that Kurdish spy chief Lahur Talabany (a CIA asset) told him that Abdullah Qardash is currently hiding “south-west of Kirkuk in the Hamrin mountains and around the town of Hawija.”

Also remember, back in the early days of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden was allegedly hiding (Obviously alive, right? … Right?) in “the mountains”, the Tora Bora mountains. While at the same time being dead since at least December 26 of 2001.

In any event, it seems that the Mossad and the Pentagon their new ISIS propaganda is already scripted for the news media… isn’t it JACK MOORE…? No surprise there, though.

That propaganda is starting to be disseminated now and will only pick up speed as we enter the new year. Expect to hear and see more extensive and more heinous fabrications in 2020. Watch how Rita Katz will start feeding the news media fantasized stories again about ISIS (or whatever they will call it by then), how they will be more brutal than ever before (when staged beheading videos were supposed to scare us all into supporting the illegitimate EU-US-backed regime change attempts in Syria).

One last thing I want to point out here is the fact that regarding ISIS the news media is currently in limbo (as they await fresh dictates and western/Israeli ISIS propaganda).

This is easily proven through more recent articles, especially those similar to AP’s and Al-Mashareq’s, including: “New ISIS leader remains shrouded in mystery” (2019/12/24).

What’s likely more interesting here is that Al-Mashareq, reportedly, is a US government website. On the Al-Mashareq website it is stated that: “Al-Mashareq is a website sponsored by USCENTCOM” (United States Central Command).

At least since 2016, based on the first archived Al-Mashareq webpage (translated) available through Archive.org, the US government may have been using Al-Mashareq to indoctrinate Arab-speaking audiences about “ISIS”.

Websites like Middle East Monitor have, seemingly, used Al-Mashareq as a source in the past, indicating that Al-Mashareq really is a website that is known in the Arabic-speaking community.