If we are to learn anything from the bad examples of Canada and the United Kingdom, it's that we should not take terrorists back. Ever.
Like these ISIS terrorists captured in Syria. I'm sure the Syrians can think of a few things to do with them. While the only thing we could do with them is provide them with free room, board and career counseling.
Two Americans who had joined ISIS in Syria were captured Sunday by U.S.-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) near the Hajin pocket, one of the remaining areas under the terror group's control in Deir ez-Zor governate in eastern Syria. Two Pakistanis and one Irishman were also captured.
Specifically, these were YPG forces. In other words the Kurds. Just so you don't get the idea that the Sunni Arab forces are good for anything except reselling our weapon to Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Among those being held by the SDF is University of Houston graduate Warren Christoper Clark, who was profiled by NBC News last February.
The 34-year-old Clark and 35-year-old Zaid Abed al-Hamid were identified as the captured Americans. Where al-Hamid is from has not yet been reported.
Clark is a convert to Islam.
Both of them joined a gang of rapists, torturers and murderers, while knowing full well what they were in order to create an Islamic caliphate and impose these horrors of sharia law on everyone. Worldwide. I'm sure YPG can figure out what to do with them.