ISIS destroyed almost every remnant of Christianity in Iraq.

They burned and drowned innocent men alive in cages. They kidnapped women and girls, raped them, and put them in cages. They took to them to market, where they auctioned them off to the highest bidder, where they would become sex slaves and wives for jihadis.

They fought against and killed American troops.

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During his campaign, President Trump promised to decimate ISIS. So far, he has managed to fulfill his promise. Two weeks ago, President Trump announced that 100% of the ISIS caliphate had been decimated.

Much work remains to be done to keep ISIS from reforming and gaining strength again in the Middle East, but for now, Iraqi residents have been freed from their reign of terror.

According to the Daily Mail – Truckloads of the final fighters and their jihadi brides – carrying designer knockoff bags – line up to leave terrorists’ last frontline after US-coalition airstrikes prompt their surrender

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The final remnants of Islamic State have left the group’s last pocket of territory in eastern Syria – as truckloads of fighters and their jihadi brides are seen being transported from the area.

The move came just hours after US-led coalition air strikes intended to pressure the militants targeted the area on the banks of the Euphrates River.

At least 36 trucks and two buses were seen leaving the area through a humanitarian corridor from the militants’ last patch of territory in the remote village of Baghouz near the Iraqi border.

They were escorted by gun-mounted trucks belonging to the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

As the convoy passed, automatic machine gun fire could be heard in the distance and coalition aircraft flew overhead.

Now that ISIS has been removed from Iraq, ISIS brides, like Hoda Muthana, who left the United States to marry and fight with her ISIS husband, wants to come home.

According to ABC News– The State Department is saying Muthana was never a U.S. citizen.

“Hoda Muthana was not born a U.S. citizen, and she has never been a U.S. citizen,” according to a State Department release.

The department said that “there are many reasons that an individual previously issued a passport may subsequently be found ineligible for that passport” and that said passport “may be revoked and/or a renewal application denied.”

Muthana was born to a Yemeni diplomat in New Jersey and moved to New York and then Washington, D.C., before finally settling with her family in Alabama as a seventh grader, she said.

While children born in America are granted citizenship under the 14th Amendment, children of foreign diplomats are not because they are not under the “jurisdiction of” the U.S., according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Still, children of diplomats can apply for residency and then eventually citizenship, per USCIS.

Another teenager from the UK, Shamima Begum, who left the UK to join ISIS as a teenager, is also asking to come home. Conservative commentator Paul Joseph Watson reveals why that may not be such a great idea:

While campaigning for office in 2016, President Trump vowed to decimate ISIS.

For over two years, liberals in the media and Democrats openly mocked and rooted against President Trump in his fight against ISIS.

Less than 48 hours after Trump was elected, the anti-Trump publication, IBTimes published an article about how ISIS was celebrating the election of Donald Trump:
Supporters of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, celebrated Wednesday the presidential victory of Republican Donald Trump as the beginning of the end of the United States.

A number of jihadist commentators and followers of Islamic militant organizations have expressed their praise for the U.S. election results on social media and in online chat rooms. One user, Khorasani, reportedly explained how Trump’s victory, which came after the billionaire openly insulted various minority groups like Muslims, proved the ignorance of the U.S.

Last August, an American couple, Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan, 29, quit their jobs and set out on a bike tour to prove that evil is a make-believe concept.

On July 29, 2018, as they were riding their bikes with two other cyclists in Tajikistan, they were hit by a vehicle and then stabbed to death by members of ISIS.
“You watch the news and you read the papers and you’re led to believe that the world is a big, scary place. People, the narrative goes, are not to be trusted. People are bad. People are evil. People are axe murderers and monsters and worse.

I don’t buy it. Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own—it’s easier to dismiss an opinion as abhorrent than strive to understand it. Badness exists, sure, but even that’s quite rare. By and large, humans are kind. Self-interested sometimes, myopic sometimes, but kind. Generous and wonderful and kind. No greater revelation has come from our journey than this.”

Austin also had some contemptuous words for President Trump:
On the television across the room, Al Jazeera plays softly. Donald Trump has just announced his plans to move an embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and the Muslim world is visibly upset. Leaving Rabat a week earlier, we’d pedaled right by a massive peaceful demonstration against the relocation. The television broadcasts footage of protests just like that one stewing up all across the Maghreb, the Middle East, and beyond. As a clip plays of a sullen Trump waddling across the screen, I do my best to disappear into the soft plush of the couch cushion behind me. But American as we may be, no one here seems to mind.

Nothing says “evil doesn’t exist” like being run down by terrorists and stabbed to death for the crime of riding your bike on the side of the road.

What do you think? Is it possible for any president to completely root out Islamic terror groups in the Middle East? Does President Trump’s successful removal of ISIS from Iraq send a strong message to other Islamic terror groups in the Middle East? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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