ISIS Has a Helpline for Terrorists? ‘Daily Show’ Mocks Islamic State Group’s Customer Service

By Kyle Dowling ( | Nov 18, 2015 12:31 PM EST
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Who would have thought that ISIS would use pretty much the same customer service operation as the United States? Well, according to a new report from The Daily Show, it appears that the Islamic State group has their own hotline – which Trevor Noah seems to think, as do we, that that's a bit odd.

In the wake of the Paris attacks, it appears that ISIS is at the top of the headlines yet again. But with the news of this 24-hour helpline, well, things just got weird.

Per The Daily Show, NBC News discovered via some counterterrorism officials that the terrorist organization has reportedly "launched a 24-hour help desk manned by a half dozen senior operatives."

Which takes a minute to set in, but when it finally does, it seems the only reaction is, "Wait, what?!"

Noah explained, "ISIS has a helpline? For terrorists! This is insane..."

Of course, despite the insanity that comes with the news – honestly, a terror group having a hotline? – Noah astutely noted that this could very well be the United States' opportune moment for infiltrating the group.

"You see, all we need to do now is make sure that none of their attacks ever work again," he said, adding, "And all we need to do is secretly replace their helpdesk operators with our guys."

Sounds like a foolproof plan, no?

Noah's report further discussed the growing frustration of "getting rid" of ISIS, which comedian Bill Maher recently told The Late Show's Stephen Colbert is rather impossible to do—despite Donald Trump's idea of bombing "the sh*t" out of them.

The Daily Show host then played a video of President Barack Obama being asked by CNN's Jim Acosta why the U.S. military cannot "take out these bastards."

To which, as Noah put it, Obama succeeded in only cursing him out in his head.

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