ISIS leader who targeted Pamela Geller dies in drone strike

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(International Business Times) The FBI has assassinated more than a dozen of Islamic State’s (IS) most influential social media experts who incited followers to commit terrorist atrocities in the Western world, it has been claimed.

An American and allied forces campaign, aimed at tackling online extremism, targeted a cell known as “the Legion” in a coordinated and secretive mission to undermine IS’s (Daesh) ability to incite attacks by its followers across the globe.

While American military, intelligence and law enforcement officials acknowledge the group’s potent social media influence, they believe their efforts against “the Legion” have significantly reduced IS’s capabilities to order and inspire attacks in Europe and the US.

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