ISIS may be skilled at manipulating social media narratives using Facebook and Twitter, but it's becoming more and more obvious that the terror group's warfare skills are severely lacking.

In the most recent example, Kurdish fighters near the Middle Eastern town of Makhmour reported that ISIS leaders were killed by their own roadside bomb.

According to reports, the bomb had been placed in an early skirmish but apparently forgotten. Two ISIS Emirs, or leaders, Abu Malik and Abu Abdul-aziz were killed in the blast.

Thank goodness that ISIS is so patently terrible at war. It means the U.S.'s hands-off approach might work--they might just kill each other off.

h/t: Independent



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