EX-US ARMY BAD-ASS: Soldier Joins ‘Private Army’ To Kill ISIS

This soldier isn’t waiting on Obama. He’s one of three Americans that have joined with the Kurds in killing ISIS idiots. Check it out…

A Wisconsin high school graduate is reportedly in the Middle East with two other Americans, fighting ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).

Jordan Matson of Wisconsin, a former American solder, has joined the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), who are mainly battling advances by Islamic State militants close to Syria’s borders with Turkey and Iraq, a spokesman for the Kurdish group said on Thursday.

YPG spokesman Redur Xelil confirmed Matson’s presence with the group in an online note and said: ‘He is fighting in the Jazaa area.’ Jazaa is in northeast Syria and has seen heavy fighting between the YPG and fighters of Islamic State.

Matson’s mother, speaking through a friend at her home in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, declined to comment. The U.S. army said that a Jordan Matson of Sturtevant was a private first class in the U.S. Army from May 2006 to November 2007.

Though Xelil told CNN there are two other Americans fighting, their identities were not disclosed.

U.S. officials say about 100 Americans have gone to Syria to join groups fighting there against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Those groups include the extremist Islamic State as well as a U.S.-backed rebel force and the al Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front.

At a meeting last week chaired by U.S. President Barack Obama, the U.N. Security Council said all countries should make it a serious criminal offense for their citizens to fight abroad with militant groups.

Read more: Daily Mail

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