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  1. Why are our Democratically Voted Leaders still in Office?

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    November 19, 2015 by wimvincken

    ISIS and Assad is not only harming their own people (who cares, not?), also the international community! This year there are more then 800 people killed by them (ISIS). ISIS attacked 6 western and 8 Middle Eastern countries and it looks like they don’t stop. And they announced that they are coming for you! Our democratic elected leaders and governments let them continue. In Paris they killed more then 100 citizens. And what is France going to do to stop that? Empty words and some bombs? Is the ISIS stopped or going to be stopped? No, I don’t think so. Those people were killed because WE allow our governments to do so. Funny thing is, that our democratic elected governments are being paid with our tax money and allow them to be incompetent.

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  2. Violent attacks on ‘infidels’ increases the support for ISIS!

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    November 18, 2015 by wimvincken

    The brutal killings in Paris come on top of the downing of a Russian airliner in Sinai, the bombing of a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut and an attack against Kurds in Ankara. About 500 people have been killed in the past few weeks, and many more injured. Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed the first three, and is suspected of the fourth. Since September 2014, ISIS has performed at least 26 attacks, resulting in more then 875 killed, 14 different countries, 8 countries are Middle Eastern (57%) and 6 western countries (43%). And those numbers are not complete; the number of people who have perished because of terror outside the borders of Syria and Iraq is much higher.

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  3. A plan to Fight the ISIS-Terror

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    November 18, 2015 by wimvincken

    President Obama has no idea how to handle the new security threat and even offered to the public to come up with a plan, which might. Well, Mr. President, here it is. It’s not a detailed plan, but a guideline. This guideline will safeguard our freedom of speech and movement and we are able to keep living our lives and maybe to make it safer then ever without additional, restrictive laws and without much costs. He can even keep his attitude of Political Correctness and saves the lives of millions and improve life globally and maintains and strengthen peace.

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  4. History of International Attacks from ISIS

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    November 15, 2015 by wimvincken

    According to data recently collected by the New York Times, there have beenattacks directly linked to ISIS since Sept. 2014. The data also showed more than 30 arrests before an attack was able to take place. All those attacks resulted in 26 attacks in 14 different countries and 875 people killed!

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  5. The Paris Terror Attack

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    November 14, 2015 by wimvincken

    What followed by the terror attack blowing up the Russian airliner, the terror attack on Paris might not come as unexpected. ISIS is clearly changing their ways by including terror attacks at soft targets, preferable not in the US. They know what their response will be if they would hit the Americans that way.

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  6. Human suffering

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    August 2, 2015 by wimvincken

    When you read this article, hopefully you are at home or work, sitting safely behind your computer or mobile somewhere nice. This is an article about human suffering. When ISIS is beheading a person, it’s not that they are using a sword to behead a person … only one moment of pain and that’s it! No, it takes several minutes when the person is lucky. They take a knife and start cutting the neck. Sometimes it takes up to minutes, or 5 minutes or even 10 minutes! And the victim is aware! The suffering… the pain, the fear, the knowledge that it will be over… under extreme duress!

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  7. Madness in Syria and Middle East

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    March 20, 2015 by wimvincken

    Islam split into its Sunni and Shi’ite branches during a war over the succession to the leadership of the faith in the generation that followed the Prophet Mohammad’s death in 632. The hadith, or sayings of the prophet and his companions, have been handed down orally over the centuries and are the most important sources of authority in Islam after the Quran itself. Many date back to those medieval battlefields in what are now Syria and Iraq, where the two main Islamic sects took shape.

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