“He threatened his sisters with a knife, calling them infidels; hit his mother, saying he wasn’t really hers; and more than once tried to set fire to his uncle’s house. Brainwashed by ISIS with a combination of savage cruelty and lionizing praise, S. was wracked by interior conflict, a lonely pariah in a family alien to him, lashing out violently at the slightest provocation. What to call the war on ISIS now that the group has lost the last of its territory in Iraq and Syria … given how much of the conflict exists not on battlefields but in the minds and souls of individuals?” From Time and the Pulitzer Center: They Were Children When They Were Kidnapped By ISIS and Forced to Fight. What Happens Now That They’re Home?