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1THE RISE OF ISIS IN THE MIDDLE EASTStudent’s NameCourse TitleDate
2The Rise of ISIS in Middle EastISIS is an abbreviation for Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Isis has mutated, thrivedduring the ongoing wars in Syria as well as during the insecurity gap left behind after the lastAmerican forces departure in Iraq.1Aim of ISIS group is to enhance as well as create Islamicnations in all Sunni within Iraq as well as Syria. ISIS takes the change of hundreds of squares inthe land where the authority has not taken change or has evaporated. Hence, it does ignores theexistence of international borders hence, it has established its roots in Mediterranean coast ofSyria all down to the Baghdad2. Hence, this paper seeks to analyze the origin of ISIS, ISISrelationship to al-Qaeda group, the meaning of ISIS to the Middle East countries. The future ofISIS and what ISIS group is trying to accomplish, the vital issue of ISIS survival, where it getsits financial support from, the threat possess by ISIS group to the authority and finally giving outmy personal views about the ISIS group. Analyzing the origin of ISISISIS terrorist group started by preparing grounds through America’s intrusion to Iraq in2003 and during Osama bin Laden's in Afghanistan period, it accomplished its resurgencethrough: control of an area and, through outlining savagery. In the year 2006, al-Qaeda in Iraqunder Abu Musab al-Zarqawi leadership of it embarked to brutal treatment of civilians. As it was1Gulmohamad, Zana Khasraw. "The Rise and Fall of the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (Levant) ISIS." Global Security Studies 5, no. 2 (2014)2McFate, Jessica Lewis, Rob Denaburg, and Caitlin Forrest. "Afghanistan Threat Assessment: the Taliban and ISIS." Institute for the Study of War Backgrounder 10 (2015).
3trying to start a sectarian war on the many parts of Shia3During that time ISIS comes so nearinto succession in that it bombed Al-Askariya Mosque which is a shrine in Samarra but under theterror of Shia. But the killing of the al-Zarqawi group by the American forces almost resulted inthe collapse of ISIS. Hence, United States pulled back from its ridiculous experience in 2011with Iraq.ISIS relationship to al-Qaeda groupThere are some similarities between ISIS group as well as the al-Qaeda group. To beginwith, ISIS is the lasted version of a group known as the organization of al-Qaeda group back inMesopotamia. ISIS group although it declared allegiance to al-Qaeda group as well as to OsamaBin Laden4. Though, ISIS group was an exceptionally free body that had organizational andideological contrast from al-Qaeda. Hence, the ISIS group has adopted an essential as well as anexclusionary interpretation of Islam. Both the al-Qaeda group and ISIS group were shaped by the

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