O'Reilly: It's a 'Disgrace' That the World Stands By as ISIS Atrocities Continue
In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly said that the world is cowardly standing by while the horrible atrocities of ISIS continue.
O'Reilly pointed out that as many as 90 Christians in Syria have been taken hostage by ISIS, and those people may very well end up being beheaded or burned alive.
"The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has issued a report that says the following: ISIS atrocities include rapes, slavery, the trafficking of women and children, forced recruitment of children, killings of civilians and kidnappings," O'Reilly said.
He added that the UN agency also reported that young girls are being forced into marriages and young boys are being trained as jihadi fighters.
"These young boys are being brainwashed, trained to kill. They are powerless to stop ISIS from abusing them," "The Factor" host said.
"Meanwhile, the world dithers. There is no organized campaign on the ground to stop the atrocities or to defeat the ISIS savages. What a disgrace."
O'Reilly asserted that ISIS is the same as the Nazis, who slaughtered millions of people before and during World War II.
"There's no difference in the mentality. None at all," he stated, saying that the world is standing by, doing little while ISIS spreads all over the Middle East and North Africa.
"President Obama is not taking the lead. His stated 60-nation coalition is invisible, and the other nations of the world are even worse," O'Reilly said.
"How long are these atrocities going to continue before the world unites against these savages? How long?"
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.