Legion of foreign fighters battles for Islamic State

by JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG and MISHA DZHINDZHIKHASHVILI  |  published on May 21, 2015

Mohamed Reda Nidalha

One day this April, instead of coming home from school, two teenagers left their valley high in the Caucasus, and went off to war.

In Minneapolis, Minnesota, a 20-year-old stole her friend’s passport to make the same hazardous journey.

From New Zealand, came a former security guard; from Canada, a hockey fan who loved to fish and hunt.

And there have been many, many more: between 16,000 and 17,000, according to one independent Western estimate, men and a small number of women from 90 countries or more who have streamed to Syria and Iraq to wage Muslim holy war for the Islamic State.

  • bluebonnet114

    then do not come back, they have to be idiots?

  • ADRoberts

    These are the ones who should not be allowed. But Obama will take action ONLY against the people who fight AGAINST ISIS
    And the girls have no idea that they will never be allowed to leave again. The men can leave. But they girls are just animals and will be used for sex and service the rest of their lives. So much for intelligence.

  • Jimmy Quick

    Good, now wipe them out. They can never ever return or we are all in trouble.

    • Graywolf12

      Never happen until Obama is replaced. There is a story up this morning about the parade of ISIS fighters marching into Falauga (sp). A few drones, A 10 Warthogs, or Apache choppers could have wiped out 75-85% of them in a few min. That did not happen. WHY NOT? If we took pictures from the air why did we not destroy them?

      • Jimmy Quick

        Yep. Obama was with them in spirit.

      • bluebonnet114

        the same reason we do not destroy the “training camps” in the USA?

        • Graywolf12

          A well informed commenter. Now you will be called stupid as well as others I will not mention. The un/ill-informed will not believe such camps exist.

          • bluebonnet114

            well, I am informed and you apparently do not want others to believe anything you do not believe. Where are you from, it has to be a progressive state? I am so glad to called me out! Thanks for your comment. I still believe in the Constitution, do you?

          • Graywolf12

            If I did not believe 100% in the constitution I would not have given 21 years of my life defending it. Yes, I am from the progressive state of TEXAS.

          • bluebonnet114

            First: TEXAS is Conservative not progressive!
            Why do you NOT believe their are “training camps” in TEXAS or the USA.
            Second: Thanks for your service, I was not lucky enough to serve, I defend your rights, though.

          • Graywolf12

            First I thought you were joking about not believing and being from a progressive state. I know TEXAS is conservative. I moved here first in 1958 and then permanently in 1979 because I could not stomach the NE where I was born. I have had knowledge of training camps for years. They are in many states, well armed, and protected by armed guards. My feeling is they are also protected by the federal government. If the press told the whole story and the truth about what is crossing the Mexican border we would have a demand to put military all along it and shoot to kill. If you want a prayer rug just ask a South Texas rancher., He can go out on HIS land and find you one.

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