Damascus, recalling the humble beginnings of the Syrian terrorist ruthless terrorist organization, Islamic State members told reporters on Wednesday that they had identified “just a handful of violent extremists” working in a garage outside the bombing. Started as Caliph Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi said, “Dude, it’s crazy to think that a small terrorist cell operating from this cramped, debris-filled area has become one of the most feared militant groups in the world.” He explained that he had never imagined that his network would return when he was working in a garage with ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was shot several years ago by the American Hellfire. The missile was damaged. “We talked all night about how we could establish authoritarian theocracy, run ethnic cleansing campaigns, and prepare child soldiers. We had a lot of fun these days. It wasn’t that we would invent and become more deadly and brutal than all the other Salafi jihadists, but we did. Al-Qurashi added that the garage experience ultimately prompted ISIS to launch similar terror cell incubators in at least 18 countries around the world.