As once said Maura ' 'I 'd rather have peace on earth than pieces of earth. ' '
Unfortunately, we are having a struggle at this moment with Isis. We have been seeing people kill, beheaded also people killing for religion.I been seeing articles also social media talking about how could we deal with Isis. Social media says let’s throw nuclear misuse or let’s throw the atomic bomb and finish everyone for the better. Here come articles saying should we go to war with Isis? To be talking about Isis There 's going to be three main topics that I will be talking about. One is what do you think about what Donald Trump said or what should Barack Obama do about Isis? Second, should we send soldiers to fight or throw nuclear bombs and possibility a atomic bomb? Third and last what is the Isis main goal. This past month on November 13 2015 there was a sad …show more content…
I think Isis purpose is to be what they are today, they want to have a lot of attention, but also want to be known for around the around. It seems that Isis wants to expand their group around the world. It seems like we 're having the same situation that we had almost hundred years ago with nazi’s how they got expand in Germany and eventually we had a war going. I think It shows that Isis got really powerful but it also shows that they want a lot of attention and want people to give propaganda to people so they could join them and eventually fight with them. In conclusion to this whole Isis situation, I think we need to fight them and finish with them before everyone in the world has another war world three. I also think Isis isn’t that powerful as they seem but people in Syria should eventually take action on their own. we should honestly take this on our own hands and stop them, but also stop killing innocent people and make peace. I guess it’s true like they say we make war that we may live in peace. I just hope someday this situation we 're having with Isis and terrorism, killing innocent people and make
At the same time, many Americans are exhausted, resigned, demoralized. Our military forces—mighty, brave, determined—were sent into Afghanistan and Iraq, two winnable wars that became quagmires. Materially, the Islamists are far weaker than the enemies we faced in World War II. Then, we eliminated the threat to our lives and freedom in less than five years. Since 9/11, however, we’ve been told that this must be a “long war.”
No. This is a time not for peace but for action . We need to stop our passive toleration of their brutal acts and in turn bear arms for the God given rights Britain dears to deny. If we shall be oppressed, we shall stand for liberty. If we stand for liberty, we shall never be
But it seems we are just not too satisfied yet. We try to impose borders on ourselves, we fight today to be recognized as not belonging to “ their community”, but to be labeled as part of a smaller group. We fight today to impose limits to a world in which yesterday people have fought so that it didn’t
The modern day world has seen and heard of so much evil that some of us have become numb to it, and begin instead to see evil as normal or ordinary in this lifetime. Almost everyday, we hear about mass shootings, bombings, murders, stabbings, and many more horrendous acts of violence. Numerous public figures, leaders, and passionate peace-makers have dedicated their lives trying to understand how a so-called “normal” human being can commit these crimes so ruthlessly. The answer lies in what we do with the evil that so evidently exists- do we ignore it and let it continue, or do we try and understand its complexity in detail in order to prevent these acts of evil from occurring so often?
Terrorism is not only a national issue but it is also a worldwide issue. In some cases we are not able to stop these attacks such as 9/11, the Boston Marathon, and the Oklahoma City bombing. Everyday kids are affected due to terrorism emotionally or physically. Something needs to be done quickly, and it starts with us. So how can we help?
With all the savagery that's occurring in our world today, from bombings in Syria, to shootings in our own backyards, it is time that we approach these problems from a different point of view. Instead of fighting violence with violence, fight violence with patience. Allow those committing violence to realize how absurd their actions are by showing them what actions they should be taking against something they don't agree with. Cesar Chavez reciprocates my thought. He acknowledges that our current strategy against violence has shown no real effect on the number of brutal acts committed against people.
Rhetorical Analysis of ISIS Is Weak In the now viral video that came out three days after the Paris attacks which resulted in 130 murders and over 300 injuries, reporter Waleed Aly states, “ISIL is weak” this statement something most people have difficulty to accept due to recent events that have put most of the world, mainly the west in a state of fear. Aly continues to build his argument pointing out that even though ISIL claims responsibility for the attacks, its should be known this is a reoccurring tactic for them, they take credit for any attack done on western soil to appear bigger, tougher, and stronger than what they really are, they did the same when there were attacks in Canada, New York, and Australia. The reporter goes on to say that ISIL did not control their attackers, because according to their magazine, “it is important that the killing becomes attributed to patrons of the Islamic state who have obeyed its leadership.
I think we should encourage peace instead of going to war. If we encourage peace to the very dangerous rebel organization then we will not have to risk thousands and thousands of lives in the United States just because we are ally with the country of Aggressivia. So, I think the best option is to encourage peace because it will help both countrys at the same time. We woud not have to raise the taxes and make the citizens of America mad. We would not have to risk the lives of the America 's soilders.
After the horrific 9/11 terrorist attacks the topic of Islam has sparked a great deal of media coverage, some good but most of which has led to uninformed and misguided representation towards the faith as being violent and barbaric. With all this media indoctrination many people tend to forget that the 1.57 billion Muslims  around the world are humans and instead see them as a group eager on the destruction of the world. There are three main misconceptions about Islam: Jihad, Sharia and Allah. If one learns and understands these three topics they can see overtime that Muslims are simply their brothers and sisters in humanity.
ISIS today has built a global terrorist network. They have drawn recruits from 120 countries, and have killed 1,200 people in countries outside of Iraq and Syria over the past several years (Rosenberg, 2017). Today, Al Qaeda is currently on the back burner, after over a decade of war with the world’s superpowers are eventually going to wear you down and eventually lose the war. ISIS is also slowly weakening Al Qaeda, based on three things: Al Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra (JN) has lost several hundred fighters in battles against ISIS and numerous fighters have defected to ISIS from JN.