November 2015 Las raíces del Estado Islámico  

“The Islamic State was not born out of the desire to fight allied intervention in Iraqin 2003. Its rise has to do mainly with unbridled passions between Sunnis andShiites and with the absence of international forces”

“The 2007 terror campaign, which included several British-American military operations, succeeded in significantly reducing the operational capability of the ISI”

“Unfortunately, the American troops left Iraq in late 2010 and early 2011 and the world lost its interest in what was happening there. The ISI lost much of its media coverage, but it also won of audacity and operational capability” 

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“The Islamic State was not born out of the desire to fight allied intervention in Iraqin 2003. Its rise has to do mainly with unbridled passions between Sunnis andShiites and with the absence of international forces”

“The 2007 terror campaign, which included several British-American military operations, succeeded in significantly reducing the operational capability of the ISI”

“Unfortunately, the American troops left Iraq in late 2010 and early 2011 and the world lost its interest in what was happening there. The ISI lost much of its media coverage, but it also won of audacity and operational capability” 

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