US President Donald Trump announced on October 27 that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the violent Jihadist group Islamic State (IS), had died during an overnight raid led by the US forces in Syria, along with the news of his likely successor with nom de guerre Abu Hassan al-Muhajir getting killed by the American airstrike, while reportedly getting smuggled across Northern Syria. The question now arises naturally: Will these deaths make the world a safer place?
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