Over 120 American Citizens Who Fought For The Islamic State Have Returned – We Don’t Know Where They Are!

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
By Paul Martin

OCTOBER 31, 2017

The West is heralding recent victories of the good guys – us – over the barbaric terrorist group ISIS. As well we should, and it’s about time. ISIS, as a centralized Caliphate, was allowed to exist for far too long.

As Raqqa finally fell and the Caliphate died, so did many ISIS fighters with it. But thousands have not. The problem is that we don’t know exactly where they are – only where they’re not.

U.S. officials say that of the 129 Americans who successfully left the country to join ISIS, only seven have been confirmed to have returned to the United States.

And just how have we been able to confirm the seven, you may ask?

Guided by political correctness, or frankly, I don’t know what, the United States does not revoke the citizenship of those who choose to join a terror group and fight against the U.S.

Evidently, when these terrorists are finished shooting at and possibly killing American soldiers overseas, they are free to return home.

Since there is really no way to know for sure whether they have killed Americans, they can’t be charged with anything.

What a great system.

I’m a Constitutionalist, and as such, recoil at the thought of further government overreach, but I have no problem making an exception for someone that packs up and leaves the country to join a terrorist gang, hell-bent on killing and/or subjugating all infidels.

By infidels, I mean all of us.

This leaves 122 American ISIS fighters effectively unaccounted for.

“In 2015, the US government estimated that approximately one in five of the American fighters who fled to join ISIS were killed in war zones,” writes the Daily Mail.

Now how does our government know, or even able to estimate this? Heck – we can’t even confirm that the leader of ISIS and the declared Caliphate, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is dead or alive.

Recall that Russia claimed “in mid-June to have killed Baghdadi in a May 28th airstrike near the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa as he met with other top ISIS leaders. Iran also claimed that Baghdadi had been killed. The U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a monitoring group with extensive contacts in the country, said that one of its sources in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor had received information from within ISIS that Baghdadi was dead.”

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