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Should countries ally vs "Islamic State"?

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I think it makes more sense to fight them in their area than wait for them to get to our area before resisting. These terrorists are like any other pests - they have to be controlled or they will continue to spread. It is only a matter of deciding how hard to hit them, where and when.

Seems even the liberals are coming around to support the idea that you cannot control the ground from the air. Air strikes should only be a preliminary tactic of an invasion strategy.
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It's been three days...

by now it was said 20, then 40+ nations allying a something, one chart had the greater Mediterean, all No Africa to Morocco except Algeria & Turkey & Kuwait. Some perhaps waiting to announce at proper time - US Congress effectively signing on as they adjurned for remainder of year.

England followed France following US in bombing in Iraq, five Sunni countries following US bombing in Syria.

UN Security Council (of 15) following Obama's lead unanimously declaring all member nations to ally together in efforts -

- methinks it past time to spank the anti-semite Erdogan (Turkey) let there be a recognized Kurdistan.

The UN declaration is now in print here (8 pages I don't reproduce here):

http://www.un.org/en/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=S/RES/2178%20(2014)&referer=http://www.un.org/en/sc/documents/resolutions/2014.shtml&Lang=E

The 15 signatories:

Permanent members: China, France, Russian
Federation, the United Kingdom, and the United States,
and ten non-permanent members elected for two-year terms
by the General Assembly (with end of term date):
Argentina (2014)
Australia (2014)
Chad (2015)
Chile (2015)
Jordan (2015)
Lithuania (2015)
Luxembourg (2014)
Nigeria (2015)
Republic of Korea (2014)
Rwanda (2014)
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Closed, rather a moot point now. TY

>  more sense to fight them in their area than

remember arab spring, anything called muslim brotherhood? They rather got kicked out of Africa (or arrested if not killed), Then Saudi's banned them and opened all borders (eg Iraq by land or -Syria) declaring it a one-time one-way street, followed openly by Qatar, then comes the hundreds and thousands terrorist wannabes from americas & europe. Now that they are out, doors shut, they can have open arms for the falling arms. Those wanting to be terrorists can get different treatment once over there, whether there to indulge in fantasy of permission to violate god's law or not.
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