Connect with us


Trump said ISIS was finished, but they still pose a threat



While the Islamic State’s caliphate — the idea of a land ruled by its radical interpretation of Islamic law – ended with US-led coalition campaigns in Iraq and Syria, the group is very much alive and regrouping in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. And its alliances with extremist groups internationally show that the group is adaptable, strategic, and not going anywhere soon.

US power vacuums in Syria and Iraq have allowed ISIS fighters to regroup, and they pose a renewed risk to the region’s stability. But it’s not just Iraq and Syria — ISIS is active in countries all over the world, and in some places it’s growing.

Continue Reading
Advertisement Find your dream job