Why we should stop terrorism

By Jake Bastyr and Alex Adamson

Why we should join ISIS

Background ISIS or Islamic state was formed in 1999 but recently had been causing global terror and mobilizing to take other territory around the globe

Tazeen Fatima says “ISIS is making their way to take over everything and are starting to take over more of Syria, which means they are becoming more powerful and soon will be able to come to the US and put up a good fight, so why don't we just stop them while they are weaker?”If we don't stop the problem now then ISIS will only getting stronger and keep taking over more of Iraq and Iran. Eventually if we don't take action soon then ISIS will take action on the U.S. and attack us. We need to stop the problem before it gets any worse and evolves into a world crisis that no one can gain control over and stop.Gale from MSNBC Comparing ISIS pinpoints to a whack a mole game, ¨you hammer one ISIS presence only to see another one pop up elsewhere.¨

This shows that they are everywhere.¨ tima says “ISIS is making their way to take over everything and are starting to take over more of Syria, which means they are becoming more powerful and soon will be able to come to the US and put up a good fight, so why don't we just stop them while they are weaker?”Stop people before they can reach ISIS. Gale says This statement made following news that two people from Minnesota who had joined ISIS had been killed in Syria. It was estimated that a dozen others from the state have joined the terrorist organization.Second piece of support.ISIS claimed control over territory in Iraq, Syria, Sinai, and eastern Libya. ISIS also had members in Morocco, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Israel, and Palestine. In early March of 2015,persuade people to stop Joining ISIS

¨Increasing numbers of young European Muslims are joining ISIS. News earlier this year that a group of young medics had left to work in Islamic State-controlled hospitals. ‘Jihadi John’ has been unmasked as Mohammed Amway, a British-brought-up university graduate. What could encourage these and hundreds of other UK citizens to abandon their lives.Counter argument is ISIS would cost a lot of time and money to defeat Tom Cohen states U.S. government also expressed plans to increase air strikes in Syria and to deploy 475 additional military advisers to Iraq, increasing the number to 1,600.