From CBS News:
The U.S. military said today the number of airstrikes against ISIS targets in Iraq has topped 100.
President Barack Obama is getting closer to a decision on whether to attack ISIS bases in Syria as well. He’s expected to meet with the National Security Council on Thursday.
An American named Douglas McAuthur McCain died in Syria fighting for ISIS, the acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, which has taken over parts of Iraq and Syria.
He was from Minnesota - where he and other Americans were recruited.
The Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis is sometimes called “Little Mogadishu.” It’s center of the nation’s largest concentration of Somalis, and fertile ground for Islamic terrorist groups recruiting new fighters.
I seem to remember Cedar-Riverside a little bit differently – it used to be the biggest concentration of hippies and associated places Many evenings spent at the Cabooze.
I guess things change over time.