There are options and worth considering. Whole life or term life, it’s always a question. But not for everybody. Some are unable to obtain life insurance at any price. That would include Mohammad al-Adnani, late ISIL (Daesh) spokesman and next in line to succeed grand leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Mr. al-Baghdadi will need to be looking around for another number two:
(CNN) — Mohammad al-Adnani, the official spokesman of ISIS and one of its most senior members, has died in Syria, the terror group said in a rare public statement.
His death marks the highest-profile killing yet of an ISIS member. A key deputy to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, he was the person floated to be his successor should anything happen to al-Baghdadi.A statement from ISIS’ Amaq news agency on Tuesday said al-Adnani died while inspecting military operations in the area of Aleppo, Syria. ISIS has not revealed his cause of death and said it “determined to seek revenge” for the killing.
One thing I find interesting is that the group now says it is “determined to seek revenge.” Really? Revenge? Were they planning on not killing everybody before, and now they have changed their minds and will kill everybody? What a curious way to conduct a reign of terror.
In any event, the Daesh group is going to need a new guy to put out these warnings. And possibly a new insurance carrier.