Hamody Jasim survived an ISIS prison and now he’s telling his story. But not only is he telling his story, he’s also calling out Obama in a major way. Check it out via IJ Review…
With all the publicity ISIS gets, there aren’t many first-hand accounts from people they’ve taken prisoner escaping and living to tell the tale.
Through Hamody Jasim, a former Sergeant Major in the Iraqi military, Independent Journal was given a rare opportunity.
Jasim, the author of the Terrorist Whisperer, connected us with Master Sergeant Karam Saad, whom he served with during the Iraq War.
To start things off, he brought us back to the day he was captured:
“It was June 10th 2014, and I needed to get some intelligence to Baghdad. At the time, I was keeping a low profile in Mosul, my hometown, which ISIS had just captured – and still runs today.
They were killing people, taking them prisoner, they were very thorough. As I was switching from my uncle’s house to my aunt’s around 11pm at night, ISIS caught me.
They had a roster of people in the Iraqi military, and asked if I was still loyal to Iraq…”
He took a major shot at the Obama administration for the way they’re handling things:
“The airstrikes are not effective and there are really no functional operations. The coalition is bullsh**! They might get a couple good shots here or there, but for the most part it’s not an effective strategy.
In the future, I feel that the Republicans will be more effective to battle ISIS than the Democrats will. Since 1991, the Republicans have been better allies than Democrats. The Democrats have a stupid strategy. I had spent a long time on the battlefield with the Republicans politics and we’ve had way more victories in the fight.
Under the Obama administration, America is not taking this fight seriously.”
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