ISIS: Islamic State Group
Terrorist group Research
ISIS actually originated from the terrorist group Al Quaeda in 2004 by a man named Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
Leadership in the Group
From what I am reading it sounds like they don't recruit it sounds like more like a kidnapping and forcing children to learn how to do the awful things they will do.
The picture above is of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the main leader of ISIS.
Motives and Ideology
The most effective strategy the ISIS group has is probably brain wash so they are motivated into doing all of the terrible things they do.
Osama Bin Laden also has a big influence on their motivation. He was given a title of honer in the ISIS group, to symbolize where they came from and what they are fighting for.
The Flag above is how ISIS is known by, using scare tactics and brain washing.
The people fight back ISIS and they lose land they will begin to wither. The group only gains power by gaining land.
The Map above shows the teritory that ISIS is occupying.
Successes and Failures
When they do have failures its not hard for them to make up the numbers. In December of 2015 the group lost quite a few people on an attack near Mosul and they have lost at least 17,500 since August of 2014. Although ISIS has lost so many they always seem to make up the numbers with new recruits. With the refugee crisis it has increased the threat of terror on Europe and possibly the U.S. There are many different views on this issue. There is more to worry about the threat with the refugee crisis but we should trust our trust in our government that they will do their best to protect us.
The picture above show one of the many sneaky tactics of the ISIS group, a car bomb.