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President Obama's strategy to face radical Islam has been one of obfuscation, denial and lack of action, former Islamic extremist Maajid Nawaz said on "The Kelly File" tonight.

Nawaz said from comparing ISIS to a "JV team" to allowing the red line to be crossed in Syria, Obama has displayed either no strategy or a bad strategy.

"I don’t think we’re facing World War III," Nawaz said. "On the contrary, what I think we’re facing is a global jihadist insurgency."

He explained that differs from a traditional war because insurgencies rely on a certain level of support from within the communities from which they're seeking to recruit.

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