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5/6/2019Republic of the PhilippinesBATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITYCollege of Accountancy, Business, Economics andInternational Hospitality ManagementBatangas CityREACTIONPAPER“THE RISE OF ISIS”Submitted to: Andaya, Marinette M.TeacherSubmitted by: Magyaya, Charmaine C.BSA 1202
THE RISE OF ISISINTRODUCTIONISIS is not only a terrorist organization, but an Islamic extremist political entity which has not been widely recognized by the international entity. In terms of definition, the organization refers to a group of people who work together in a structured way for a shared purpose; however, the state must havethe territory, population and state apparatus. The Islamic State – also known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh – emerged from the remnants of al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), a local offshoot of al Qaeda founded by Abu Musab al Zarqawi in 2004. It faded into obscurity for several years after the surge of U.S. troops to Iraq in2007. But it began to reemerge in 2011. Over the next few years, it took advantage of growing instability in Iraq and Syria to carry out attacks and bolster its ranks. The group changed its name to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in 2013. ISIS launched an offensive on Mosul and Tikrit in June 2014. On June 29, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi announced the formation of a caliphate stretching from

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