A SOLUTION TO THE PALESTINIAN PROBLEM : THE NEXT
The birth of a caliphate, as proposed by Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, is a piece of the history of Islam that followed the death of Mohamed. The caliph or “successor” was the political and religious guide, combining both spiritual and secular powers. He carried forth the Prophet's agenda and the expansion of Islam around the globe. Historically, the days of the caliphs were an epoch of territorial conquests...
PAN-ARAB FORCE TO DEFEAT THE ISIS?
Despite US air strikes, Iraqi military offensives or the use of “improper” weapons by the Syrian regime, the ISIS's militias have continued to win battles and benefit from a growing popular support that has led flocks of foreign volunteers to join Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in his conquests. As things currently stand, the ISIS is still a role model that has gained in credibility and attracted proselytes. This means that their threat has become significant and to be accounted for. Regardless of the atrocities committed by the ISIS, although some may “appreciate” a conflict fought without any rules or limitations, the media hype surrounding the terrorist group seems to have pushed Al Qaeda's current head, Ayman al Zawahiri, to seek an agreement and a synergy with al Baghdadi...