A Brief Note On Terrorism And Its Effects On The United Nations

1338 WordsAug 23, 20156 Pages
ISIL is a Salafi jihadi caliphate extremist militant group and Islamic state which is led by Sunni Arabs from Iraq and Syria. ISIL is known for its well-funded web and social media propaganda, which includes Internet videos of beheadings of soldiers, civilians, journalists and aid workers, and for its deliberate destruction of cultural heritage sites. According to the United Nations, it has also committed many crimes against human rights and multiple war crimes. Over 60 countries have directly or indirectly waged war against ISIL. For this, I strongly agree with the Resolution: US Ground Troops to fight ISIL is in best interest of USA for three main reasons: If this problem is left untreated then the problem can, and most definitely will, grow even larger, local Arab armies are insufficient to defeat ISIL, and our past experiences with ground troops have produced great effects.. ISIL is a huge problem already and responsible for human rights abuses and war crimes. The US, until now has sent only airstrikes to devastate ISIL. While this has suppressed the problem, it has not pushed ISIL back. If ISIL is not pushed back, it will surely become an even larger problem for not only the Middle East but also to Western countries as well. It poses a moral threat to the United States’ ideals of liberty and justice, which are perfect grounds for the United States to send ground troops to fight it. Local Arab armies are small and not fully equipped to fight a full-fledged war against
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