All this talk about the Islamic State, or IS, as they are now called, might seem like miles away from the safety of our own homes to care about. I mean, even Yahoo News is more worried that Napa Country’s earthquake will lower the production of wine for the season, especially now that Christmas is slowly approaching. However, it is sickening about my ideas regarding the movement of the Islamic State within the Middle East.
All of these began when Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had attacked a peaceful protest to contain protesters violently, and of course, it merited international criticism. In August last year, the Syrian regime was accused of using gas weapons that killed many innocent lives, including women and children.
I might not agree with Al-Assad’s plans, but it is clear the viciousness of the IS has become troublesome. The IS had also fought against the Syrian government alongside the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), the official Syrian Opposition party. But what if the US just played into the hands of these idiots?
What if the entire thing is a ‘hook, line and sinker’ game where the US will be tempted to finally end IS once and for all in Iraq, only to meet the retribution of many Sunni Islamist terror groups worldwide? The problem is not just in IS, or in Britain, who had claimed it has become a leading ground for IS troop production.
Everywhere in the world, Sunni groups may or may not support the hardline Sharia laws of the IS, but a direct involvement of the United States can surely bring dangerously massive consequences.