Washington DC: The Operation that killed ISIS head Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, was named after a Christian Martyr, Kayla Mueller by the US National Military. The name was given by US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien. Kayla Mueller was a human rights activist from Arizona, USA who was brutally tortured by extremist groups in order to abandon her faith in Christ and accept Islam.
Mueller had worked in places like Palestine, Syria, Tibet, France, and India. She is also known to have directly volunteered during the civil war in Syria.
Prisoners who were held hostage with her at the IS prison recount that she was forced to immense psychological and physical torments. They said that Mueller had formed organizations for women whose husbands and family were either killed or held hostages. Through her, women gained the courage to step up, and this didn’t go down well with the militants. Her father recollects moments of pain and revealed that she was raped brutally above all psychological pressure by multiple Islamic state militants including Baghdadi. He confirmed that Mueller was as found dead in 2015, at the age of 26. It is believed that her deep faith and perseverance in Christ was the striving fact that forced the Trump administration to name the military operation after her name, which killed the most diabolic face of terror in the world.