by: Rami Dabbas
According to reports, Isisstill has as many as 30,000 members almost equally divided between Syria and Iraq. They aresupported by al-Qaeda Islamic Terrorists. Al Qaeda has gained in strength in some places now and all thanks to the Iranian support.
According to the Associated Press, a report prepared by United Nations experts presented to the Security Council stated that despite the defeat of Isis, a radical Islamic terrorist organizationin Iraq and most of Syria, it seemslikely that a “secret copy” of the extremist group will remain in both countries, with supporters in Afghanistan, Libya, Southeast Asia and West Africa.
Experts from the United Nations said the global Al Qaeda network is much stronger than ISIS in some locations now , including Somalia, Yemen, and South Asia. Experts said that Al-Qaeda in Iran have become more capable. They workwith Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, and they have more authority…
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