Republic of the PhilippinesBATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITYCollege of Accountancy Business, EconomicsandInternational Hospitality ManagementACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENTTHE RISE OF THE ISISGED 104: Contemporary WorldCITE Building, Pablo Borbon Main 1, Rizal Avenue, Batangas CityPresented to:Mrs. Geraldine AclanGED 104 (Contemporary World)Presented by: Comia, Sofia Lorenne O.Endrinal, Sofhia NicoleReyes, Joan Paula A.Sandoval, Sophia Nicole C.Valeros, Cyra Nicole A.
CHAPTER IIISummaryThe Islamic State – also known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh – emerged fromthe remnants of al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) and over the next few years, they took theadvantage of growing instability in Iraq and Syria to carry out attacks. The groupchanged its name to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in 2013, theylaunched an offensive on two cities in Iraq in June 2014. While on June 29, ISISleader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi announced the formation of a caliphate stretchingfrom Syria to Iraq, and renamed the group the Islamic State.In 2015, ISIS expanded into a network of affiliates in at least eight othercountries. Its branches, supporters, and affiliates increasingly carried out attacksbeyond the borders of its so-called caliphate. In October, ISIS at Egypt affiliatebombed a Russian airplane, killing 224 people. On November 13, 130 peoplewere killed and more than 300 injured in a series of coordinated attacks in Paris.And in June 2016, a gunman who pledged support to ISIS killed at least fourdozen people at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida.Philippine security forces kill the leader of Ansar al Khilafah Philippines,a group that supports the Islamic State during January 5, 2017 and by December2017, the ISIS’ chief Muslim ruler had lost 95 percent of its territory, including itstwo biggest properties, Mosul - Iraq’s second largest city, and the northern Syriancity of Raqqa, its nominal capital. The Iraqi Prime Minister, declared victory overthe Islamic State in Iraq on December 9, 2017. But ISIS was still inspiring andcarrying out attacks all over the world, including New York City.3
The focus of the campaign by 2018 was against ISIS shifter to easternSyria, Syrian Democratic Forces were called to U.S. combined action with SyrianKurds and Arabs. On 22ndof January this year, the U.S. government and foreignexperts warned that the Islamic State still had as many as 10,000 loyalists in bothIraq and Syria. The SDF briefly suspended its offensive in November 2018 afterTurkish attacks on Kurdish. Ten days later, The SDF resumes offensive operationsagainst ISIS in eastern Syria. On December 14, the SDF captured the town ofHajin. Hajin’s fall reduced ISIS territory to a few villages along the Euphrates