People are posting parody #WaPoDeathNotices after The Washington Post's obituary of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi called him an 'austere religious scholar'
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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State terrorist group, died during a US military operation in northwestern Syria over the weekend.

The Washington Post referred to him in a headline for his obituary as "an austere religious leader," sparking criticism that the newspaper made light of the extreme brutality for which he was known.

People started posting parody tweets under the #WaPoDeathNotices hashtag, such as "Hannibal Lecter, well-known forensic psychiatrist and food connoisseur...

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