We drove through the main highway in the Kurdish town of Mukhmur. Suddenly our guide noticed a few cars that pulled off the side of the road. Several drivers had already gotten out.
They saw something. Someone. We pulled over and followed them down to the center of attention. It … he was a dead ISIS fighter. Several Peshmerga (Kurdish soldiers) gathered around the corpse.
Then two camera crews joined the group. Some took pictures and videos on their iPhones. The fighter looked like a young man, maybe early twenties. His singed body, with bullet holes in his hand, lay in the unforgiving Iraqi sun.
It had begun to stiffen. He died one day earlier when the Peshmerga drove ISIS from this battleground town.
Suddenly ISIS -- this terror group I’d seen mainly in propaganda videos -- became more real … and more vulnerable.
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