An American Daesh fighter who was radicalised at an Ivy League university has now defected back to the US and has spilled the beans on the evil of ISIS.
An American man has said joining ISIS was the worst decision he’s ever made in his 27-year-old life, which would seem to be a no-brainer. But saying he was clueless about what he was getting himself into is even more baffling.
NBC News recently interviewed that man and it will be aired on Dateline Sunday. He is only identifying himself as “Mo” to protect his identity. Mo joined ISIS in 2014 and apparently paid no attention to countless news feeds about this band of murderous, head-severing savages carving a path of destruction across the globe.
He was groomed inside Ivy League’s Columbia University in New York City and was saving his money to buy a ticket to Turkey. According to his interview, he had become “entranced by the Islamic State and its promise of a global caliphate through online videos and articles.” It says Mo “was seduced by promises of a utopian Islamic State” but found out the hard way (by becoming a traitor to his country) that they were quite the opposite.