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  • No the title of the rise of isis falls not to one man but to a country

    What gave isis there start was when the Barbaric country we all know and love the United states of America. Before 9/11 the leaders of Iraqi and the US were having disagreements because the united states wanted Iraqi's oil for cheap prices while Iraqi strongly disagreed. So the united states took it upon themselves as the brute force that it is to assassinate the only elected official the Iraqi people ever had. That led the way for people like Osama bin laden to hatch the idea for the 9/11 attacks. For more than 10 years the war pressed on and no resolve but when the talban and other muslim groups moved to afganistan they tried a different approach when that fell that was the birth of ISIS. ISIS is made up of extreme people with a one track mind. Now the US has a real problem and doesnt know how to handle this situation so i say " you did this to yourselves you greedy pigs look at where your arrogence has gotten you lmao"

  • No One Person Responsible

    I don't think the rise of ISIS can be attributed to any one person, but a convergence of factors that created an environment ripe for terrorist groups to form. To blame David Cameron puts entirely too much power on him. Terrorist groups are a form of negative political expression. Until the source of the terrorists' anger is addressed, nothing will change.

  • No David Camerson is not responsibe for the development of ISIS.

    ISIS was not a product of England's failed military intervention into Libya in 2011. The history of ISIS can be traced back to the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the U.S. and its allies. So the blame cannot be laid on David Cameron actions as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

  • No, David Cameron is not responsible for the rise of ISIS.

    Former British Prime Minister David Cameron is not responsible for the rise of ISIS. Cameron was not the Prime Minister that took Britain to war against Iraq in 2003. Cameron was a supporter of using military force to defeat ISIS after the terrorists organization began gaining territory and launching attacks around the world.

  • No one person is responsible

    No one person is responsible for an entire movement. Rather, many things have happened over time that have given rise to ISIS. Arguably, George W. Bush didn't do a thorough enough job as a wartime president. On the other hand, some people argue that Obama pulled the troops out too soon. There is plenty of blame to go around.

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