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    com/forums/44601?lang=ennately… also threatens the United States” (Abrahams). They will not stop murdering innocent people until they receive the attention that they want. If the U.S. does not give them attention, other nations may get mad at the U.S. because they keep letting ISIS take innocent lives, instead of giving them what they want. Lastly, as of now, ISIS is one of the main terrorist organizations, due to the low number of terrorist groups. “ISIS constitutes the most loathsome group of bad guys conceivable” (Clifford). One could say that with the number of armed men ISIS has, the number of unarmed civilians will be no importance for ISIS. However, even though ISIS has many “bad guys,” they still are no match for the number of Anti-ISIS militant groups. In conclusion, ISIS may seem like a giant threat if one looks at the surface of their attacks, however if one looks deeper into the matter, one will be able to see that ISIS is just like a little child running around a…

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    The Militant Peacemaker

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    History Will Not Absolve the Militant Peacemaker History has shown that the quest for power is absolute. Many have used any and every excuse they can in order to obtain it. Those that are hungry for power will use all forms of manipulation necessary in order to obtain it; even the cloak of peace. They say that in order to create a peaceful environment, they must burn it down. They say that in order to create peace they must first kill anyone in their way. They have said that, history will…

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    The Icon and the Militant Since ever, humans differ in their skills, abilities, and talents. These characteristics are what make differences between individuals but also lead to integration between their ideas, creations, and decisions. While some individuals have a talent in sciences and arts, others are talented in sport and business. These are just some examples that show the diversity between humans in life. This diversity of talents does not make just integration between individuals but…

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    the Middle East. Militant groups in the Middle East recruit mostly 18 and 19 year old males (Razzaque). This is when they are the most vulnerable from their childhood wounds (Razzaque). Groups often target kids with low self esteem (Razzaque). Since they are so vulnerable. The kids feel like their life does not have a purpose and becoming a bomber would give them purpose. Sometimes children who are even younger can be recruited. Children are brainwashed with videos to make the behavior…

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    ISIS has killed about 5,300 Christians and Yazidi. ISIS also forced about 1.2 million Iraqis and Syrian citizens out of their homes. ISIS militants are not Muslims; in fact they’re not even humans because no human would commit the crime that ISIS had committed in the past months. On one occasion ISIS militants killed About 500 Yezidis and buried some alive, while killing others in a mass execution. The aim of ISIS is to create an Islamic state across the Sunni areas of Iraq and Syria. ISIS is…

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    From Hammer and Anvil to Drones. Early in the War the United States wanted Pakistan to act as Anvil while it hammers Taliban and Afghan fighters in Afghanistan. Since the border on the Paksitani side was not guarded, Taliban and Al Qaeda Militants managed to sneak into their hideouts in Waziristan. Many operations like “operation Apollo”, “Operation Anaconda” and “Battle of Tora Bora” hammerd Taliban but the anvil simply wasn’t there (refrence http://s3.amazonaws.com/nytdocs/docs/21/21.pdf …

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    Isis Is Good Essay

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    Is it imaginable that Isis is good for our world? Isis, the next big militant group after Al-Qaeda with the amount of executions performed and brutality toward the civilians in the Middle East. It is true that Isis is terrible due to their actions performed on the innocent people, however the effects of Isis is providing good things for the world today as it allowed for the world to learn how to deal with the militant group and how to prevent from any other major group forming. The reason…

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    Essay On Elite Interview

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    While 50 respondents of non-elite interviews will be given in random, the remaining 50 will be administered to ex-militants, and if access is permissible and personal security is not compromised, to active militants who have refused to disarm. Towing this route, the researcher is aware of some inherent limitations. For instance, the ex-militants whose identity are known to authorities may express some degree of hesitation in divulging important and sensitive incriminating information the…

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    In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the fight for women’s voting rights was well in motion. Emmeline Pankhurst’s “Why We Are Militant” and Almorth Wright’s The Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage offered insights into the fight for and against justices while imploring opposing viewpoints on the matter. Pankhurst led women in demonstrations, passive resistance, and hunger strikes in Great Britain. “Why We Are Militant” was a speech she delivered in the United States as an appeal…

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    Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or drones) by various countries has introduced a new chapter controversy encompassing aviation history. Drones can carry vital resources, proactive navigation systems, and even volatile weapons for either self defense or targeted killings of militant groups. With the absence of the pilot, drones are much lighter and simpler compared to fighter jets, enabling them to carry various satellite devices, support troops on the ground, and suppress threats from militant groups.…

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