So much for Marie Harf’s lunatic notion that a jobs program would turn these savages away from being terrorists. This clown indeed had a job before he became a psychopathic headchopping monster.
The head of ISIS worked as an administrative secretary before becoming the leader of one of the most deadly terrorist organizations in the world — and he was once captured by US forces, according to de-classified military files.
US Army documents, obtained by Business Insider through a Freedom of Information Act request, revealed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, whose birth name is Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim Al Badry, went from paper pushing to organizing mass-beheadings in the span of ten years.
Little had been known about the mysterious Islamic State leader before 2010, but the records now give the public an inside look at the man behind the barbarism that has taken root in Iraq, Syria and Libya.
According to the files, Al-Baghdadi was captured in the Iraqi city of Fallujah on Feb. 4, 2004 and held as a “civilian detainee” for just over 11 months. He was not considered a jihadi or member of a militia at the time, and his “civilian occupation” was listed as “ADMINISTRATIVE WORK (SECRETARY).”
Ironically his being a secretary makes him more qualified for employment than Marie Harf.