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Former ISIS members reveal why they joined terror group

The last remaining ISIS fighters in its self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa, Syria are surrounded by U.S.-backed forces. Holly Williams met with a group of former ISIS fighters who either defected or were captured. One man told her he joined ISIS not because he wanted to kill in the name of his religion - but out of desperation.
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