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Iraqi forces retake all of eastern Mosul from IS. Will IS wither away?

  • Yes, IS forces will eventually wither away but it will take time and effort to combat them

    Yes, IS forces will eventually wither away but it will take time and effort to combat them. Just as similar groups of that nature have gone away, IS will go away as well. Iraq will then have to figure out how to prevent a similar group from popping up in its place.

  • No, I`m afraid they will not.

    The Islamic State, also known as IS or ISIS, is the most resilient terrorist group we've encountered since the IRA due to their immense resources and broad support from across the globe. While they have been beaten, they will rebound, perhaps not to retake Mosul from the Iraqis, but to other cities or even other countries.

  • The Islamic State is resilient

    The Islamic State, also known as IS or ISIS, is the most resilient terrorist group we've encountered since the IRA due to their immense resources and broad support from across the globe. While they have been beaten, they will rebound, perhaps not to retake Mosul from the Iraqis, but to other cities or even other countries.

  • They are hard to destroy.

    ISIS has a stronger network than ever before. Unfortunately, religious radicalism in the area is becoming a larger and larger problem over the years. They have recruited people who do not give up in their reign of terror. Iraq had a small victory retaking Mosul, but there are still big problems.


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