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Mauro: ISIS May Be Defeated But What of the Ideology

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A general view of destruction inside the final encampment held by ISIL on March 23, 2019 in Baghouz, Syria. The Kurdish-led and American-backed Syrian Defense Forces (SDF) declared on Saturday the "100% territorial defeat" of Islamic State. The group once controlled vast areas across Syria and Iraq and a population of up to 12 million, an aspired "caliphate" that drew tens of thousands of foreign nationals to join its ranks. (Photo: Chris McGrath / Getty Images)
A general view of destruction inside the final encampment held by ISIS on March 23, 2019 in Baghouz, Syria. The Kurdish-led and American-backed Syrian Defense Forces (SDF) declared on Saturday the “100% territorial defeat” of Islamic State. The group once controlled vast areas across Syria and Iraq and a population of up to 12 million — an aspired “caliphate” that drew tens of thousands of foreign nationals to join its ranks. (Photo: Chris McGrath / Getty Images)

ISIS may be defeated in Syria but will its remaining fighters team up with another terror organization such as al-Qaeda? That’s a question posed to Fox News viewers by Clarion National Security Analyst and Shillman Fellow Ryan Mauro.

As we keep saying, it’s the ideology that must be defeated.

 

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