What the terror chief takedown means for ISIS

ABC News’ senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell explains what this could mean for the future of ISIS.
0:51 | 10/28/19

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We go to our senior foreign correspondent Ian panel who's there in the region but more on what this could mean for the future. A license good morning union. Yeah good morning Robin I think that's exactly will people here in Iraq and across the border in Syria are asking no death is accusing symbolic moments he will be a blow to the morale of the group it may disrupt it. And it's likely to provoke a spike in attacks and that goes to the bigger point because prices is down. It isn't out its long since returned to his terrorist insurgency bricks with. Franchises around the world ice if he's also an all line idea. That inspires others to carry out attacks have soared Sam voted Dino and relying got. That would lead you can't kill the idea of whether it's Cameron Iraq for a home in the United States I says will remain a credible and lethal threats. TJ sorry and thank you so much.

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