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Fighting terrorism requires consensus

ISIS crisis

Fighting terrorism is no easy task.
When religious beliefs fuel terrorism, it’s a challenging task to know what to do. Killing others for no reason because of a religious belief is simply terrorism — not religion.
The existence of mankind is at stake.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) presents a global threat to civilization itself.
ISIS has its origins in what was once known as Al Qaeda in Iraq, which has over a decade in extremist violence. ISIS directs committed jihadists who would rather die than live. They reportedly fund operations through kidnapping and extortion.
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