ISIS has lost most of the territory it controlled in Iraq and Syria this year as a result of sustained military action by the United States and its allies. The physical caliphate founded by terrorist leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is no more. And the loss of territory by the ISIS was coupled with the loss of almost all of the financing that paid for its operations. The elimination of the physical caliphate means that the threat posed by radical Islamic terrorism will change drastically. Radical Islamic groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda will start to think of new ways to carry out jihad and continue their war. What will this new phase of the war against radical Islamic terrorism look like? Read more at FOX News..