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The political situation in both Iraq and Syria permitted for the expansion of Isis. Both countries included internal conflict and growing seeds of struggles. This made the expansion of Isis (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). After being imprisoned for 5 years in Jordan, Zarqawi as the leader of Isis made contact with Al-Qaeda and he was able to establish a Group. Al Qaeda and Isis have many different similarities in vision and organization. Both parties were looking for having a transnational Islamic state that would established in the maximum geographical location possible. The advocacy of these groups was focused on fights against the people of other countries to ensure that their ideology will be inflicted.
Much debate has centered around how best to categorize the Islamic State. Is it a social
group that simply uses brutal terror tactics? What are they defending, why they have to kill several numbers of innocent people? I argue that ISIS as an organization that spreading their own ideology which is propagating Islamic State does not have a good impact for the economic development of such countries. ISIS regime causes financial crisis, economic deterioration, and loss of people religious beliefs. ISIS has a lot of propagandas and they recruited some people to be one of their members without a rational basis on where those people actually came from even those Muslim people who are not in favor with their ideology. As of September 2015, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) had recruited nearly 30,000 people from outside of Iraq and Syria, and an estimated 5,000 of that total came from Western countries. Those people have been part of the organization as they do not have any reasons to refuse. Isis truly shows militant nationalism through fighting and they are willing to kill people just to achieve their goals. Hence, this organization is based on religion and not on national unity.
They are showing cruelty and brutality to aim for what they are fighting for. They showed their strategies on how they imposed their ideology through bombing in such places that they wanted to take control of it. Reports assert that ISIS is the richest terrorist organization in the world. According to Colin (2014) Isis had a 8 million dollar net monthly income through their business holds. They have the felonious sale of oil that they control in the black market. They also gain money through their hostages with a business and they control of the ancient artifacts they have stolen from those places they had invade. On an organizational perspective their group can be called 'vanguard' group this is according to the political scientist Paul Staniland. This means that the group has a tight central leadership; however, it is not as strongly embedded within the community. It is because most of the people in such countries are not favor with their ideology and strategies. Their brutal actions inflicted to the community in such country causes abundant of devastation on their properties and even on their beliefs they continually losses it.
Isis eliminates democracy and peace on the countries they had invaded controls their right to defend themselves. Their aim is to spread Islamic beliefs in the world and they did not focus on the nation’s peace and unity. They cause grief, cruelty and they leave fearful memories in the mind of most of the people they molested. Holding or seeking for the territory of such nation is one of the common objectives of Isis. In addition with this, Rupert Emerson defines nation ''as a community of people who feel they belong together in the double sense that they share deeply significant elements of a common heritage and that they have a common destiny in the future". In other words the group of Isis shows militant nationalism as they have an attachment with each other and they collectively feel a strong shared past and an equally strong sense of a collective future. They come together as a group to aim for their success. They shared sense of militant nationalism in which in their group they focuses on abusing and bombing countries they wanted to control. In terms of nationalism, in this way we can categorize ourselves and others into particular national group. As stated, once the nationalization categorization occurs, there are several predictable attitudes or behavior that will vary.
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