The Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria Essay

1502 Words Mar 10th, 2015 7 Pages
The organization that lately re-titled itself “the Islamic State” has existed under several names and forms since the 1990s. Its legend is an epic of how modern terrorism progressed, from a religious and political ideal into an obliterating-cult. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is a properly-armed group that is a threat to the global security. ISIS, whose merciless members delight in murdering innocent people, must be destroyed before its fanatical followers carry out further genocides. The inquiry remains whether the United States ought to take stronger military actions against the extremist organization, ISIS, or not? If the United State does not act promptly, ISIS will fortify its territory in which it can plot attacks against the West as well. I believe it is the United States’ obligation, as a world power, to take stronger military actions against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria because of its exploitation of natural laws, for its threat to global safety, and for its humanitarian catastrophe.
The Islamic State’s target is to uphold the Islamic Sharia, a system of laws based on the Quran dealing with the aspects of politics, economic, sexual, and social issues in the Middle East and throughout the world. While attempting to obtain these ambitions, it exploits natural laws. Numerous reporters and articles state that ISIS conducted mass beheadings of opposing individuals, established brutal penalizations such as chopping off hands and crucifixions,…

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