Why Should We Intervene?

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You are waiting for a flight to Dubai at an airport and then suddenly, BOOM! A bomb explodes killing a group of tourists instantly, BOOM! Another one explodes causing a subway station to explode. Screams and blood fill the airport and subway as you run for your life. Military and police with assault rifles pour into the building, as people are evacuated from a plane that just landed. A swarm of ambulances and EMS workers go inside the building with first aid kits and huge bags over their shoulders. A woman sits on the side of the road, crying over her unconscious husband. A huge threat to human society and the world. Spreading fear and brutality around the world, with their horrific deeds. Like moths to a flame, people join this group and spread terror and massacre many people, like in Paris, Brussels, and San Bernardino. The question is, should we intervene? Or should we leave other nations to deal with this growing problem? World leaders are debating whether or not to declare war on ISIS. Should the U.S intervene with this war against terror? Or shall we leave other nations to deal with this threat to humanity? A hard decision to make, with multiple consequences, but with multiple benefits, declaring war against ISIS can be a disastrous or a beneficial decision that the U.S can make.

ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) , also known as ISIL is a terrorist group that was founded by “Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 1999” according to a google search conducted. “The
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