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Is the Islamic State Beating Al-Qaida?

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Within just a few years, the Islamic State has grown to become the most feared jihadist group in the Middle East. In an interview, Brookings Institution fellow Charles Lister describes IS' rise in Iraq and Syria and what can be done to stop it.

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Well the good news is that they are a complex organization with a diverse amount of interests, that in spite of common sense and generalized humanity, is still willing to publicly behead a western hostage because....as is always the case...that is what wins wars. Right?

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I'm afraid ISIS is going to be hard to stop. They have the money to back anything they want to do and lack the morals to stop them from even the unthinkable.

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I'm afraid ISIS is going to be hard to stop. They have the money to back anything they want to do and lack the morals to stop them from even the unthinkable.

I disagree with that. I think they are following their morals to the letter as expressed in their dogma. In fact that is where they get their strength.

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