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Startling Documents Uncovered That Shed Light On Inner Workings Of ISIS Militants

While the rhetoric continues to fly back and forth about keeping terrorists out of the United States, there are some countries where that’s simply not an option. ISIS has strongholds in a number of countries in the Middle East, and that leads to a hellish existence for peaceful residents within their range. There’s no telling when an attack or roundup of citizens will happen, and ISIS militants tend to pride themselves on instilling as much fear as possible.

As the Daily Mail reports, some recently uncovered documents have provided some startling insight into the terror sect. While ISIS fighters continue to have a strong presence in several countries, they are not completely roaming around unchecked. Allied forces continue to keep tabs and do battle as necessary, including with a group in Iraq that’s known as the Tarek ibn Ziad battalion, and the documents are part of the fruits of their labor.

It’s pretty easy to envision the inner workings of the terror group as an assortment of deranged men with a singular focus on inflicting pain and fear, but the documents partially reveal that not to be the case. Scores of fighters of Arab and European descent are found to be pleading to be discharged from duty so they can return to their home countries.

In fact, there’s a whole series of ‘sick notes’ to be found in the documents, with ailments ranging from backaches to knee spasms to heel soreness. Some have even gone so far as to claim ‘cerebral pains,’ but it’s unclear if any of the affected made any progress in being discharged. Tarek ibn Ziad was formed by a Morrocan terrorist named Abdelilah Himich, and he took great pains to recruit fighters from other countries to carry out attacks in the Middle East.

Sounds like the men have realized that the ‘cause’ they signed up for wasn’t all they thought it was, and they are absolutely desperate to be released from duty. We’ll consider those prospects to be heavily slanted towards the extremely doubtful side.

Source: MailOnline
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