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Death of Islamic State's Shishani may damage foreign recruitment

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By Stephen Kalin and Phil Stewart

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Like the heads of the Lernaean Hydra, every time that they kill one of these so-called leaders, another takes his place. It's just endless.

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If memory serves, Hercules started burning the stumps, & that did the job. I shudder to think what our equivalent might be.

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Radical Islam respects only power. This is why in recent years it's looks worse . Without Husein and Qaddafi the regions people's seem to flock to the vacuum left behind. Taliban and Assad, the regions people's respect the opressive brutal dictators. The feeble USA today and the political correct world is overlooking the obvious and the radical Islam festers in all continents.

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ISIS is a Western mercenary asset. The U.S. and its allies & puppets support and nurture radical Islamist jihadi terrorism throughout the Middle East.

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It' "may" damage foreign recruitment. That's just speculation, as Islamic extremists have been recruiting for decades.

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If memory serves, Hercules started burning the stumps, & that did the job. I shudder to think what our equivalent might be< I don't let's drop the nuke already

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If the information, that the ISIS is currently providing, is to be trusted....................

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