Muslim Ban? Iraq Builds Wall To Keep Out ISIS


Iraq has begun building a massive border fence to prevent Islamic State militant group (ISIS) fighters from entering the country from Syria.

The electrified, barbed wire barrier so far includes a nearly 20 feet-wide trench and begins at the formerly ISIS-held border town of Al-Qaim, running about 12 miles north along Iraq’s vast border with Syria, where the last of the jihadis that once claimed half of both nations are believed to be hiding.

It seems like the idea of putting up a wall to keep out unwanted visitors is catching on.

Read more at NEWSWEEK.



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