On 18th Anniversary of 9/11, America Drops 80,000 Pounds of Bombs On ISIS-Infested Island (WATCH)
If you are a radical Islamic jihadist hiding away on the island of Qanus, Wednesday was not your day.
In fact, Wednesday was probably your last day.
Check out what America and some allies did on the 18th anniversary of 9/11.
Looks like these bad guys won’t get their 72 virgins…
From Washington Examiner:
U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq dropped about 80,000 pounds of bombs on an island believed to be filled with Islamic State militants.
Massive explosions lit up the island of Qanus, which some are calling “ISIS Island,” early Tuesday morning on the Tigris River. The operation’s goal was to destroy a major transportation hub for ISIS fighters traveling from Syria into Iraq.
U.S. military used Air Force F-15s and the new F-35s to carry out the bombing.
Nearly 3,000 people were killed on September 11, 2001.
Remember when Muslim Democrat Ilhan Omar trivialized the terror attack by saying, “some people did something.”
No joke. Her words.
WOW. That’s some kind of awful, right there.
Omar is given a pass by the mainstream media due to her political affiliation. In a recent interview, Omar goes as far as to suggest that Israel is not a democracy.
She also compares the Jewish state to Iran.
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