Isis Unstoppable?

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Majin (February 24, 2015, 14:22:15 PM):
I have been aware about the indoctrination of children for a time now. But it feels as if Isis is unstoppable. Removing their leader will not be enough to defeat them, they are akin to a virus mutating and spreading to fast.
Doesn't seem as if enough is being done.

Do you reckon there is hope? And how do you defeat this?




http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/isis-releases-video-of-child-soldiers-training-for-jihad-in-syria-camp-for-cubs-of-the-caliphate-10065239.html
cr1t (February 24, 2015, 14:42:22 PM):
How do you fight an idea?

Tweefo (February 24, 2015, 15:22:30 PM):
Maybe they will burn themselves out. They had apparently a lot of support in Syria but lost quite a lot when they killed that pilot in a gruesome way. Hopefully, their supporters will realise that they are not nice and then, without the support, the authorities can push them back.
BoogieMonster (February 24, 2015, 16:38:15 PM):
Maybe they will burn themselves out. They had apparently a lot of support in Syria but lost quite a lot when they killed that pilot in a gruesome way. Hopefully, their supporters will realise that they are not nice and then, without the support, the authorities can push them back.

I dunno hey, Hamas has been causing trouble for a long time... and suddenly seems paltry compared to these guys.

Quote from: Majin
And how do you defeat this?

Carpet bombing.... It may not be PC or humanitarian but it would be effective.
brianvds (February 25, 2015, 03:54:13 AM):
The days are over when you could spread your religion at sword point. It's not exactly like they are winning hearts and minds in most of the world.

What we can do? Follow the Prime Directive. The Middle East must sort out its own problems. I doubt very much whether these goons have any ambitions to convert South Africa to Islam.

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