The Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria

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The radical Islamic terrorist organization, recently re-titled “the Islamic State,” has existed under several names since the 1990s. Its history is an epic of how modern terrorism progressed from a religious and political ideal into an obliterating cult. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a properly-armed group that is a threat to the global security. ISIS, whose merciless members delight in murdering innocent people, must be destroyed before its fanatical followers carry out further genocides. There is an ongoing debate on whether the United States ought to take stronger military actions against the extremist organization, ISIS, or not. Supposing that the United State does not act promptly, ISIS will fortify its territory and…show more content…
They are sacrificing natural laws and human mortality in their pursuit to prevent corruption. ISIS forbids freedom of speech and implements their laws by force, ignoring the fact that every individual has the right to speak for themselves. By viciously persecuting those of different races and religions, ISIS implements extreme forms of Islamic law in the regions it controls (“Islamic State (ISIS)”). For instance, recently ISIS has carried out a mass beheading of twenty-one Christian, Egyptian individuals living in Libya and continually murder anyone who refuses to convert to Islam or refuses to follow their extreme regulations of Islam. Apart from extorting Iraq, the Islamic state sell Iraqis artifacts and tax civilians, to raise funds to carry out its unlawful movements (“Islamic State (ISIS)”). ISIS commits countless activities that are prohibited by many constitutional laws set in developed countries. Since the United States’ army has been involved in many major world wars, in addition to the Korean, Vietnam, and the Gulf War, it ought to be involved in the Global War on Terrorism to aid many innocent civilians who are being tortured without a cause. To remain as a world power and to secure its status and position in foreign countries, the United States is obliged to take a strong action against this radical group, remembering that if ISIS continues to spread there is no doubt that they will reach the west and United States’ borders.
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