Does it make sense?

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  1. Shehxad profile image58
    Shehxadposted 2 years ago

    Does it make sense?

    ISIS is the only Terrorist Organization that will travel 2000 miles from Syria to attack Brussels.

    But

    Can't travel 52 miles to attack Israel.....because the DOg doesn't bite its own tail.

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  2. tamarawilhite profile image93
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    People sympathetic to ISIS' and Jihad in general went to the EU per Merkel's invitation that they'd all get asylum plus welfare. That's why more than a million young Muslim men (and half that many women and children) showed up in the EU.
    Muslim terrorist attacks by Muslims in the EU are due to the second generation immigrants defining their identity by the most violent strains of fundamentalist Islam and first generation immigrants who see it as their right to attack the people in the nations they arrived in for not living by the oppressive culture of the lands they just left.

  3. ptosis profile image81
    ptosisposted 2 years ago

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    IDK if Israel or whoever behind it but it is hard for me to believe the Bastille Van murderer who was an unstable male whore all of a sudden buys fake grenades, toy guns, and had one very old handgun, waits 7 hours in front of security who then wave him in without checking inside the van. Incredulous to me that this was deemed a 'lone wolf' so fast and is called a "instant terrorist" sounds like the Manchurian Candidate

  4. Johnny James A profile image65
    Johnny James Aposted 2 years ago

    Israel has one of the best, if not the best counter strike force in the world. On top of that so long as Benjamin Netanyahu is alive you do not want to tick him off as he is one of the world's best military minds. Additionally, Israel when attacked strikes back two fold and quick. 
    You will find that a lot of these radicalized groups are not fighting for religious reasons.  They are hiding behind religion in order to justify their lust for power and control.  Many of these groups are just as vicious to fellow Muslims who want to live peacefully as they are to the rest of the world. ISIS is raping children, killing men who they say are not following the Prophet's word (while they drink, eat forbidden food, etc);  The Sunni and Shiites are fighting amongst themselves; The Kurds, who are mostly Sunni, are targeted because they are not Arab Muslims which is ironic since no one if going after Iran for being non-Arabic Muslims. ISIS like a lot of cowards strike when they think they can get a small victory but will never go all out against a bigger threat.  They are hoping to eventually grab power throughout a patch of the middle east and then eventually be legitimized by the rest of the world under a new country when the rest of the world is tired of fighting.

    1. Shehxad profile image58
      Shehxadposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Really good answer I appreciate it. What do you think about the weaponry that ISIS is using. Who is providing such weaponry to ISIS including the latest Tanks and other Firearms? Even ISIS possess Helicopters? How is it possible? Who is behind ISIS?

    2. Johnny James A profile image65
      Johnny James Aposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Unfortunately, a lot of the weapons at ISIS's disposal are American weapons and technology.. The US left a ton of military hardware in Iraq and other area supposedly for the allied Muslim forces when we left. ISIS got their hands on a lot of it.

  5. bradmasterOCcal profile image37
    bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years ago

    Or is it more true that ISIS doesn't want the retaliation from Israel. Remember who won the 7 day war.

    Please unveil your real question because I don't see it.

 
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