ISIS powered by Pharmakeia

Descriptions of the behavior of ISIS fighters during attacks supports a belief that many of them take Captagon, a cheap drug that combines amphetamines with an asthma drug to produce a detached, emotionless state with elevated mental and physical performance. Remember, pharmakeia — the root word of pharmacy and pharmaceutical — is equated with sorcery and witchcraft in the Bible.

Also: 19 people killed by man with knife in Japan; 86-year-old French priest beheaded by ISIS supporters during mass; Syrian immigrant in Germany blows himself up, wounding 12; USS Gerald R. Ford is most expensive warship in US history and still not battle-ready; some Mexicans *want* to build a wall; and UNESCO declares Nimrod’s homeland a World Heritage Site.

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