ISIS Essay

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Conflicts have been around since the beginning of time. Conflict started in Heaven before the earth was even created. Satan and his follows started a war with God his angels. Since this time, war has continued throughout history. Today, the United States of America is at war with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). ISIS has performed many terrorist attacks all around the world including locally in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Six marines were gunned down at a recruiting center in July. These acts of terror have made people all over the world anxious when it come to the war with ISIS. People are wondering why the US has not destroyed this radical group when the U.S. has the most advanced military in the world. The reason the military has …show more content…
History has shown that fighting for a moral cause is a huge advantage in war. The Americans beat the British in the Revolutionary War because they were fighting for a cause. The people in ISIS are the extreme Muslims who believe it is their job to purify the world, and that they will be rewarded for it. These radicals believe they are called by Allah to perform acts of terror against unbelievers. In return they will go to Heaven and be met by Mohammad with 72 virgins. ISIS hates people of the western world. There are many different theories as to why that is, but it is a passionate hate. This hate is so passionate that they will send women and children into U.S. camps with bombs strapped to themselves to destroy as many soldiers as they can. The United States army is deployed in the Middle East because they haft to be. They are fighting, but they do not have the same moral drive that ISIS …show more content…
The U.S. is doing all they can by following the rules of armed conflict, but this raises an important question. Should the International Laws of armed conflict be lifted do destroy this radical group? This would mean bombings on towns, not worrying about civilian casualties, and possible torturing people to end this conflict. This would help protect other people around the world from being killed by ISIS. This could end events like 9/11, the attack on Parris, suicide bombing etc. Is killing innocent people acceptable to help protect the world from major threats? It all comes down to the moral

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