Bill Roggio and Caleb Weiss report on the healthy and growing jihadi training camps in what used to by Syria and Iraq:
Jihadist groups operating in Iraq and Syria continue to highlight their training facilities in Iraq and Syria. Since Dec. 28, 13 new camps have been identified by The Long War Journal. Of these, four are in Iraq while the other seven are in Syria.
The total number of jihadist training camps that have been identified in both countries is now at 78; at least 10 are thought to be no longer in operation and 15 to 20 have been hit in Coalition airstrikes.
Six of the camps that have been recently identified belong to the Islamic State, the al Qaeda splinter group that now controls significant portions of land in Iraq and Syria.
I hope someone has passed this map along to Jordan, which is serious about destroying ISIS in exactly the way we are not.