It doesn't appear that ISIS and al-Qaeda can sustain its dominion unless it has 
some kind of cooperation by the people in its so called caliphate.  Without 
cooperation by the people in Iraq and Syria and the rest of the world, the 
militants will soon fall by the sheer force of nature against its existence.

---In, <punditster@...> wrote :

 "As ISIS continues to advance on the Syrian town of Kobani and close in on 
Turkey’s border, experts in Islamic radical movements think the terror group 
may merge with its al-Qaeda mother organization soon. Together, the group would 
represent the greatest terror threat to the civilized world."
 'The Merger of ISIS and al-Qaeda Could Cripple the Civilized World'
 ISIS and al Qaeda at the gates of Europe

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