The outspoken commentator launched into a furious attack on the caller, branding her “utterly mad” for believing the evil jihadis do not pose a “strategic threat” to the West.
Hopkins was discussing US President Donald Trump’s decision to fire 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian military airfield after Bashar al-Assad allegedly launched a deadly gas attack on civilians from it.
The caller, known only as Sabrina, challenged the presenter’s comments, claiming the evil jihadi’s “ideology” should be targeted instead.
Katie Hopkins launched an angry tirade at a caller after she claimed ISIS threat isn't 'strategic'
I will not sit here and give you the airspace to tell me ISIS are not such a big thing to worry about
She said: “I think the strategic threat of ISIS is much smaller than we perceive it to be, but the ideologic threat of ISIS – that is there main threat.
“I think strategically…”
However, the caller was swiftly interjected by Hopkins, who launched into a passionate rebuke of her comments.
“Ideologically Sabrina, do you know what? We just had a truck take down five individuals,” she blast.
“Do you know what, Sabrina? Ideologically a truck just hammered into pedestrians in Sweden.
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“I’m sorry, I am not going to buy you telling me on the radio that ISIS are not such a big threat strategically because it’s ideological.”
She added: “I will not sit here and give you the airspace to tell me ISIS are not such a big thing to worry about. Believe me, sat here, having watching people slaughtered about four miles up the road – it is not a threat we can ignore.
“You Sabrina are utterly mad!”
Ancient sites destroyed by ISIS Thu, December 8, 2016
Daesh terrorists have blown up historical cultural heritage sites in the Middle East. These pictures show the ancient sites in all their glory before they were destroyed by ISIS.
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The giant Buddha statues, which were destroyed by the Taliban in 2001 in Bamiyan province
Hopkins rant comes after an American ambassador to the United Nations revealed President Trump views regime change in Syria as a top priority in the Middle East.
Mr Trump also has other concerns in the region which include the defeat of ISIS and removing Iranian influence from the country.
Nikki Haley said: “We don’t see a peaceful Syria with Assad in there.”
She added: “You pick and choose your battles and when we’re looking at this, it’s about changing up priorities and our priority is no longer to sit there and focus on getting Assad out.”