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Olivia Campbell-Hardy

Families of British ISIS victims welcome the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after the jihadist leader blew himself up with a suicide belt when American Special Ops troops invaded his Syrian army

  • Donald Trump said ISIS leader & # 39; as a dog & # 39; died in the American attack on his compound
  • The victim of the Manchester mother said after the murder "good for them & # 39;
  • Mike Haines, whose brother was beheaded, said leader & # 39; malicious and cowardly & # 39; used to be
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Families of Britons murdered during ISIS & # 39; s bloodthirsty terror campaign led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdad greeted the death of the madman last night.

Charlotte Coleman, whose daughter Olivia died in the attack on the Manchester Arena, told it The sun: & # 39; If they killed him, well done. No one will ever forget what they have done. & # 39;

& # 39; Nothing will help with what I have experienced, but at least they have done something good and received one of the leaders. & # 39;

And Mike Haines, whose brother-helper David was beheaded in Syria, added: "His bad and cowardly beliefs and actions miss humanity and caused the deaths of many innocent people."

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Olivia Campbell-Hardy

Charlotte Campbell and Paul Hodgson

Charlotte Campbell and Paul Hodgson

Olivia Campbell-Hardy (left), the daughter of Charlotte Campbell and Paul Hodgson (right), who died during the bombing of an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017

Caliphate leader: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi detonated his own suicide jacket during the targeted attack on his army in the province of Idlib in Syria and killed three of his children in the explosion. He can be seen in a still from a video released in April, and has not been seen since he spoke at the Great Mosque in Mosul in 2014

Caliphate leader: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi detonated his own suicide jacket during the targeted attack on his army in the province of Idlib in Syria and killed three of his children in the explosion. He can be seen in a still from a video released in April, and has not been seen since he spoke at the Great Mosque in Mosul in 2014

Caliphate leader: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi detonated his own suicide jacket during the targeted attack on his army in the province of Idlib in Syria and killed three of his children in the explosion. He can be seen in a still from a video released in April, and has not been seen since he spoke at the Great Mosque in Mosul in 2014

Donald Trump confirmed yesterday that the 48-year-old terror leader & # 39; as a dog & # 39; died after a flight in a tunnel in Idlib.

Boris Johnson said: “The death of Baghdadi is an important moment in our fight against terror, but the fight against the evil of Daesh (IS) is not over yet.

A satellite image of the reported residence of ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, prior to the air strikes. The compound in the top right of the image was destroyed after the attack by American troops
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A satellite image of the reported residence of ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, prior to the air strikes. The compound in the top right of the image was destroyed after the attack by American troops

A satellite image of the reported residence of ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, prior to the air strikes. The compound in the top right of the image was destroyed after the attack by American troops

& # 39; We will work with our coalition partners to put an end to their murderous, barbaric activities once and for all. & # 39;

Salman Abedi killed 22 people in the attack of Manchester Arena during a Ariana Grande concert on May 22, 2017.

Haines was captured by was beheaded in 2014 after being detained by a terrorist four-man cell named & # 39; The Beatles & # 39 ;, whose members were Mohammed Emwazi - also known as Jihadi John (photo)

Haines was captured by was beheaded in 2014 after being detained by a terrorist four-man cell named & # 39; The Beatles & # 39 ;, whose members were Mohammed Emwazi - also known as Jihadi John (photo)

The order of service in the Congregational Church in Perth after a memorial to David Haines, the British aid worker beheaded by ISIS militants
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The order of service in the Congregational Church in Perth after a memorial to David Haines, the British aid worker beheaded by ISIS militants

Jihadi John (left) killed Yorkshire-born social worker David Haines (right) in September 2014

Depicted: a victim of the attack on the Manchester Arena after the atrocity during a concert in May 2017. Families of those murdered by ISIS have praised the US for cornering the leader of the terror group, which Donald Trump has confirmed that he is dead

Depicted: a victim of the attack on the Manchester Arena after the atrocity during a concert in May 2017. Families of those murdered by ISIS have praised the US for cornering the leader of the terror group, which Donald Trump has confirmed that he is dead

Depicted: a victim of the attack on the Manchester Arena after the atrocity during a concert in May 2017. Families of those murdered by ISIS have praised the US for cornering the leader of the terror group, of which Donald Trump has confirmed that he is dead

David Haines was beheaded by Mohammed Emwazi – also known as Jihadi John – in September 2014 after ISIS captured him the year before.

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Americans-led troops descended on Al-Baghdad's army in Syria at night and fought him into a tunnel.

Five years ago al-Baghdadi launched his self-proclaimed & # 39; caliphate & # 39; that brought forth a new wave of terror,

His murderous rule came to an end after he had exploded his own suicide jacket and killed himself and three of his children.

Abdullah Qardash, who previously served in Saddam Hussein's army, is now supposed to have replaced him as a leader.

Iraqi-Kurdish officials arrested a woman from Baghdad, a cousin and the wife of one of his trusted couriers.

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