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Transcript of isis

Human Rights Violations
What are they violating
~Human Rights Watch also documented the abduction of 11 men during the operation, in September and October.
~In addition to torture, tens of thousands of people detained in connection with conflicts "disappear" each year, and are usually killed and buried in secret.
~The group committed numerous atrocities in Iraq, including car and suicide bomb attacks in civilian areas, mass executions, torture, discrimination against women, destruction of religious property, and killing and kidnapping religious and ethnic minorities, including Shia, Yezidis, and Sunnis.

How do we Stop them
If the president really wants ISIS dealt with he will put in more effort than what he already is.
How They Started
How are we dealing with them
How should we deal with them
First we want to systematic campaign of airstrikes against these terrorists. Then increase our support to forces fighting these terrorists on ground. Then after we will continue to draw on our substantial counter terrorism capabilities to prevent ISIS attacks. And continue to provide humanitarian assistance.
How do they do it
They came from a camp Bucca for unknown reasons.
They think they all came together and Abu Bakr Al-baghdadi. Only ten months in prison allowed him to think. while he was there he rubbed shoulders with islamic state extremists.
They want others to believe and want to them to be in their theocracy.
They think that the only way to convert others to their theocracy is to use extreme force. They were aiming for those people to destroy or get rid of them from the area under their control. They intended to kill and take control of the area they had targeted.
We are bombing them in the country that they are currently in control of.
Islamic State militants in Iraq have committed “gross human rights abuses” that may amount to war crimes or crimes against humanity, including the forced recruitment of children and the abduction of girls to be sold as slaves, according to a U.N. report released Thursday.As of August 2014, an estimated 1.8 million Iraqis have been displaced due to ongoing violence involving ISIS, the reports says, and at least 4,692 civilians were killed between June and August alone.
A reasonable goal for the United States would be neither degrade ISIS nor to "destroy it , but rather to end its ability to control significant territory and reducing it to a small terrorist group with limited reach.

Does ISIS have reason for their doings?
Why doesn't the Human Rights Stop what they see?
Because
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