The Threat of ISIS

Southasia - - ON RECORD -

It is scary to think how a ter­ror­ist group, which had vir­tu­ally no foun­da­tions just a cou­ple of years ago, has now grown to not only spread through­out Afghanistan but also po­ten­tially cross over its bor­ders into neigh­bor­ing coun­tries. The sen­ti­ment be­hind the sup­posed ‘cause’ of ISIS is very strong so much so that peo­ple who are cit­i­zens of de­vel­oped coun­tries such as the UK are get­ting in­flu­enced into join­ing their or­ga­ni­za­tions.

In or­der to counter this men­ace, many coun­tries will have to come to­gether to de­vise a so­lu­tion that is mu­tu­ally ben­e­fi­cial to ev­ery­one. Ev­ery coun­try, whether it is Pak­istan, China, In­dia or even the U.S, stand to lose a lot if ISIS is al­lowed to con­tinue car­ry­ing out its ac­tiv­i­ties unchecked. Here’s hop­ing all coun­tries in­volved are able to reach a vi­able so­lu­tion to this cri­sis.

Aadela Shah­nawaz Kan­da­har, Afghanistan

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