As far as America I would say no. The countries already in that region or near that region such as Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran, Isreal, Palestine, Egypt, Russia, Syria, whatever remnants of government in Libya and Kuwait should form an Arab coalition and take them out. I think they can all agree that slavery in 2016 is unacceptable and ISIS should be destroyed. Turkey needs to stop giving them guns though. America should not be involved because we started the problem and there isn't a lot of love for us over there after killing 100,000+ people in drone strikes. Reagan armed the Taliban in the 1980's bad decision. Reagan tried to put a puppet dictator in Iran in the 1980's bad decision. Clinton tried to wax Osama in the 90's bad decision. Bush invaded Iraq and Afghanistan 2001 & 2004 bad decision. Obama interfered with Libya 2011 bad decision. Now they want to oust Bashar Al-Assad in Syria even though Vladimir Putin is backing him, bad decision. Ever since America dropped the nuke it has been dabbling in regime change and policing the world and it never seems to work out in our favor, Vietnam, Korea. I truly wish as far as war is concerned we became isolationists and pulled a Sweden. The war companies profit from war but I don't think the American people or the American world image does. The us government created Isis when it gave weapons to Syrian rebels trying to oust Assad, there is evidence and admissions. Unless every American is going to get 20k from stealing oil in the middle east, leave it alone.