According to the Guardian, ISIS militants have gone on a rampage in the southern Philippines. In their quest, the terror group has beheaded a police chief and abducted a Catholic priest and his followers. As this sounds like the same old song and dance, there are differences. For one thing, they had not started in the Asian countries before.

Now, as time marches on, it seems that no country is exempt from the Islamic terror groups attacks. Also reported by ABC News, 21 casualties have been reported in the small Asian country. President Rodrigo Duterte had declared martial law in the area of attack, but he says he may soon declare martial law in the whole country.

Is there an end to the terror put out by ISIS, or will there be more to come?

The Philippine president condemns the attack

The attack happened after the Philippine army raided the hideout of the terror group "Abu Sayyaf," who pledged loyalty to ISIS. The group, commanded by Isnilon Hapilon, pledged loyalty sometime during the Obama administration. Isnilon Hapilon is on the FBI top 10 terror list, and 5 million was offered for his capture.

As the raid come to a close, the followers of Isnilon Hapilon vowed to take over the Philippines in retaliation for the raid. As the details of the attack in Marawi unfolded, fears abounded that the largest Roman Catholic country in Asia would fall victim to a hostile takeover -- fears that the terror group would cause a displacement of Christians in the country like they caused in Syria.

ISIS is a global issue

In an article I wrote in August 2016, I provided proof by interviews from the border patrol that ISIS was coming over the US border with the immigrants.

This is happening all over the world. According to sources, the Islamic State is leaving Syria and Iraq in droves, and infiltrating the world. Soon, the war won't be just in Syria, but all over the world.

So what about the refugees that are actually trying to seek refuge and safety from war-torn Syria? They will have to be vetted with all the others entering.

The only problem with this is the ones that claim it is unconstitutional. So according to these people, knowing who is coming into your country is against the constitution. Sounds strange, doesn't it? Well, you are not alone in thinking this, as over half of America finds it strange as well. As I study the constitution, I notice that a lot of things expressed in it are widely misinterpreted by many who claim to know it. I strongly urge my readers to read the constitution for themselves. You will be surprised at what you will find.