6,000 ISIS Fighters Died In Battles
Washington DC- United States officials reported that at least 6,000 members of ISIS were killed in battle. The numbers were only revealed today because the officers wanted first to be sure.
The figure included half of the top leaders of the jihadist group. The military efforts in the Middle East particularly that of the US brought the group to a devastating point. The United States marines were successful in their campaign against the terrorists. However, officials of the Pentagon say that they should not let their guards down since there are still a staggering number of ISIS members and there is also a growing number of sympathizers from Europe and the Americas.
The United States Central Command gave the estimated number of dead ISIS fighters in Iraq and Syria. ISIS fighters are mostly young radical people from the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. They wage war to cause havoc in Iraq and Syria in hopes of taking over the government in the region.
Most of those reportedly dead fighters were killed during military airstrikes in Iraq and Syria. There is also a fierce exchange of gunshots in the dead zone. According to US intelligence, ISIS has an estimated 18,000 strong, young fighters. However, with much campaign and propaganda, the group could muster a force totaling to at least 31,000 able fighters.
It has been America’s campaign to fight terrorism. There is no bargaining to terrorists. The Americans learned the hard way during the 9/11 attack. Since then, rigid campaigns against terrorism were launched.
When will terrorism end? As long as hatred exists, the war on terrorism continues. In some extremist schools in the Middle East, young boys are indoctrinated that the Americans are their enemies. At a young age, they are already brain washed.
Terrorism’s impact on economy
Terrorism brings about an atmosphere of fear. Businesses are affected. In the Middle East region, you cannot see businesses thriving. Even online businesses are in the brink of extinction in that part of the world. If you have an online business, say for example you are the owner of Babandoo.com, gaining a market in that part of the world is difficult. Accessibility is paralyzed by the fierce and unforgiving battle between terrorists and the military.