According to the article, the death of Baghdadi may have a greater impact on the branches of the organization of Islamic states in other parts of the world, that is, Baghdadis prestige is higher than that of his territory.
But there is another less reassuring view: it may do more harm than good, because from the perspective of his terrorist campaign, he is a proven catastrophic leader. In fact, he declared war on the whole world, to a certain extent, he brought the organization of Islamic States into a dead end, and his demise may be exactly what the organization of Islamic States needs to recover its vitality.
The article holds that, like the bomb makers of Al Qaeda in Iraq more than a decade ago, the emergence of a new leader of the organization of Islamic States may be more dangerous, because he will avoid the serious mistakes of Baghdad Di and launch terrorist activities again in different guises and different ways.
The article believes that after the elimination of Baghdadi, Islamic state organization in Syria and Iraq may have a greater chance to make a comeback. In both countries, some of the factors that contributed to the incredible resurgence of the Islamic state organization in 2011-2014 are beginning to reappear: the Iraqi government is struggling with protests. In the north-east of Syria, the coalition of Kurdish and American anti Islamic organizations has disintegrated, while Turkish and Syrian government forces are entering the area. It is in this chaotic situation that the reorganized Islamic state organization can stand firm and grow. (compiled by / Zheng Guoyi)