Russian Su-34 Killed ISIS Leader in Syria. Will US Department of State Pay $5M Bounty for His Head to Russian Crew?

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Russian Su-34 Killed ISIS Leader in Syria. Will US Department of State Pay $5M Bounty for His Head to Russian Crew?

On August 30, Russian airstrikes killed around 40 ISIS terrorists, including ISIS spokesman and the group’s leader in Syria, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, in the Maaratat-Umm Khaush area of Aleppo province. The air strikes were made by the Russian Su-34 bomber.

“Among the killed terrorists confirmed through multiple intelligence channels was Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, better known as ‘official media spokesman’ of the Islamic State international terrorist group,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement on August 31.

Al-Adnani was one of the longest-serving ISIS senior members and had a $5 million US Department of State bounty on his head.

Meanwhile, Pengaton, supported by warious Western media outlets, has speculated that it’s an American air strike killed the ISIS leader in Syria. However, the Department of Defense of the United States (DoD) was not able to confirm such an achievement. The DoD was not also able to say where an air strike hit the terrorist, adding that it was somehwere near al-Bab.

Now, it’s clear by whom al-Adnani was killed. Is US Department of State ready to pay the bounty to the Russian Su-34 crew?

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  • Mark

    russian dogs to steal credit because RUSSIA is weak compared to USA, not even a super-power anymore

  • Yes the USSA owes this money to the good Christian men. If the USA does not pay, Russia on their behalf should file an international law suit against the US. Like Iran did to Russia when Russia would not fulfill their contract S-300 system to Iran.
    Russia should make the Zio-USA pay up what they promised.
    Start an online petition, cause millions of Americans will gladly sign it in support of paying the Russian men what they are owed. After all, they did the world a grand service for which e are grateful for.

    • John Whitehot

      I’d call the CIA satanic, more than atheist. Not that I believe in this particular religious theme, but as Russia seems the only Christian country to exercise an independent foreign policy, the CIA is one of the entities that are diametrically opposed to the policies of that country. What strikes me, is that the almost-fundamentalist ways of practicing Christianity in the US produce only the effect of reinforcing jewish interests. It’s appalling that there are people in the US bombing abortion clinics and shooting doctors who don’t understand this simple, evident fact.