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What?

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Andrea Zablah

on 19 January 2016

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KID ESCAPES ISIS's GRASP
by: Andrea Zablah 6.2
A boy who was only 12 yrs. old managed to escape the grasp of ISIS, the feared terrorist group who plans on destroying the "non-believers" of their religion. This boy refused to let news people record his voice, face, and to keep his real name a secret. He asked them to call him Nasir, he did mention though that they were training him to be a suicide bomber like in the event on 9/11 and France in 2015.
What?
It happened on January 12, 2016.
When?
All these events happened in Gueyer, Iraq, specifically where Nasir was brought back to his mom was in the Esyan refugee camp in Kurdistan.
Where?
Nasir, the boy who escaped ISIS, told the news people about his experience with ISIS and their brutal treatment. He did mention the youngest boy was only 5! And that didn't exclude him from the brutal training.
Who?
Why should we be interested in this article?
It talks alot about how kids have to suffer through all this pain when they get captured by ISIS, this tells us we have to stop them from being so cruel to the world.
QUESTION WARS! >:D
1. Do you think what Nasir went through was fair?
2. How do would you suggest the USA stopped ISIS?
BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Link:
http://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/12/middleeast/isis-child-soldiers/index.html
Article by: Nima Elbagir and Peter Wilkinson
January 12, 2016
CNN
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