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The Islamic State (ISIS), the wealthiest and most lethal terrorist group in history, is making its presence known on the world stage in a gruesome way.

From beheadings to crucifixions to mass executions to a wave of anti-Christian persecution, the jihadist army has cut a bloody path across the Middle East, taking over large parts of Iraq and Syria.

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, says they won't stop there, calling them the greatest threat America has faced since 9/11. . . .

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