The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighters are suffering from low morale, and a dramatically decreased influx of foreign fighters, a top U.S. commander in Baghdad said Tuesday. "We're seeing the morale of the enemy beginning to deteriorate at a fairly increasing rate," said Air Force Maj. Gen. Peter Gersten, deputy commander for operations and intelligence for the war coalition's task force. Gersten said a year ago, there were between 1,500 and 2,000 foreign fighters per month joining ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Now, he said, that number is down to about 200 per month. "We are seeing, through other sources, that Daesh cannot pay their foreign fighters. They are trading vehicles now for pay. Some fighters aren't being paid at all is what we're seeing," Gersten said. In addition, some of them are going to extreme measures to defect, he said. Even our Department of Defense thinks they have solved the problem of ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Not knowing the fact that ISIS is no longer contained to Syria and Iraq. ISIS is now spread across the four corners of the globe quite literally in all nations. They have defected to places like Europe in the refugee crisis, and are coming across America's open borders in, though Canada to our north and through Mexico to our south. It's not a thing of people joining ISIS in Syria, it's now a problem of ISIS defectors who have defected to America and Europe. They no longer need fighters to come to Syria or Iraq to join the fight. They are now infesting western nations, by recruiting local youth out in the open, at local mosque, and through social media. They are still recruiting fighters, but now in all four corners of the globe. ISIS no longer needs Syria or Iraq, for the fighters who have trained there are now an infestation in the western world.
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