Thousands Sign Book Of Condolences For ISIS Spokesman Abu Mohamed al-Adnani


THOUSANDS of mourners, including some of the world’s leading political figures have flocked to sign books of condolences for Islamic State spokesman Abu Mohamed al-Adnani, who was tragically killed yesterday afternoon.

The announcement of his death came yesterday after being “martyred while surveying operations to repel the military campaigns against Aleppo”.

British prime minister Theresa May and American president Barack Obama led today’s tributes for Al-Adnani, whose real name is Taha Sobhi Falaha.

“I can remember our first arms deal back in 2013,” an emotional Obama recalled, pausing briefly to wipe a tear from his cheek, “Taha was always the life and soul of the Islamic State party. He never complained about his work, and always carried out his missions to the fullest of his capabilities. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew and loved him”.

One of IS’s most recognisable figures, al-Adnani will be remembered for orchestrating some of the world’s deadliest attacks, and establishing a caliphate, or Islamic state, which now stretches across parts of Syria and Iraq.

“Abu Mohamed al-Adnani has done more for global terrorism than many of his predecessors,” British Prime Minister Theresa May explained. “He was a master torturer and through his vision, has given us some of the best produced execution videos of the 21st century”.

The funeral of Abu Mohamed al-Adnani will take place in his home in the western Syrian province of Idlib. His family have asked to donate to the Islamic State instead of flowers.

Rest in pieces.