U.S. Role In The World

The Islamic State and the Limitations of Cruelty

By Victor Davis Hanson ● Townhall ● 10/26/2017


In recent years, ISIS has horrified global audiences with video clips of unspeakable atrocities. What sort of humans could behead, incinerate, drown, torture and blow up innocent civilians, mock and record such horror, and then narrate their macabre videos for a world audience?

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