ISIS

Jaden Schmitz

Who are the ISIS?

ISIS are extremist groups that can trace all of the way back to the Sunni terrorist of Al Qaeda in Iraq who are responsible for the bombings, kidnappings, and beheading of Americans. ISIS stands for Islamic state of Iraq and Syria. They have had murderous rampages across the middle east looking for blood. They are trying to get the medias attention and also the United States. We are at war with them now.

What do they want?

The ISIS want to enforce their view of conservative Islamic traditions. The caliphs are the leaders and are seen as political professors to the prophet muhammad. They use social media to spread fear to everyone. Their plan is to control as much area as possible to spread their religion.

How can they be stopped?

To defeat ISIS, the president needs to dispatch more aircraft, military advisers, and special operations forces, while loosening the restrictions under which they operate. The president also needs to do a better job of mobilizing support from Sunnis in Iraq and Syria, as well as from Turkey, by showing that he is intent on deposing not only ISIS but also the equally murderous Alawite regime in Damascus