ISIS 'Terrorists enjoy watching pronographic movies,' ex-US army chief says

It was further reported that Flynn’s revelations tallied with previous anecdotal evidence about the viewing habits of radical Islamist martyrs.

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Files found on laptops taken from members of Islamic State reportedly contain pornography.

According to a report by RT, a US Lieutenant and former chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon’s spying arm, General Michael Flynn recently made the revelation.

In his words, “We looked a ruthless enemy in the eye, the one that raped and exploited women and children, boys and girls, who beheaded people because it pleased him and who watched pornography on his laptop,” writes Flynn, who retired in 2014.

“At one point we actually had determined that the material on the laptops was up to 80 per cent pornography. These sick, psychopathic enemies were not only unimaginably hideous, but also treacherous and torn,” he said.

Flynn further revealed that after watching the hypocrisy of the radical Islamists, he understood how flexible, ruthless and capable the extremists are to use modern technology to achieve its aims.

It was further reported that Flynn’s revelations tallied with previous anecdotal evidence about the viewing habits of radical Islamist martyrs.

Leading US decision makers have shied away from any criticism of Islam since 9/11. Instead, they emphasize that Islam is a “religion of peace” despite evidence to the contrary. This denial of the existence of jihad has led to President Obama making an absurd claim that Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam,” Flynn wrote.

“We will not win this war, if we will deny [the processes] that massively develop under our very nose,” he added, stressing that “it is high time we condemn the evil of radical Islam.”

Flynn's revelation has left many thinking between endorsing Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, and his rival, Hilary Clinton.

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