What is ‘Islamic State’? Wealthy,Terror,Vicious & Ruthless. Video Documentary

Between January 7 and 9, 2015, France experienced horror. Behind the shock, questions.

EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / The bodies of suspected Islamic State group fighters lie on the ground in Syria’s northern city of Hasakeh on January 22, 2022, amid ongoing fighting for a third day between the Islamic State group and Kurdish forces. – Fighting raged for a third day between the Islamic State group and Kurdish forces in Syria after IS attacked a prison housing jihadists, with the violence killing nearly 90, a monitor said. (Photo by AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

Does France have the financial means to fight, whether to protect us with Vigipirate, or to monitor and track on our territory?

An arrangment of British daily newspapers photographed in London on February 27, 2015 shows the front-page headlines and stories regarding the identification of the masked Islamic State group militant dubbed “Jihadi John”. The British headlines were dominated on Febryary 27 by the story of the identification of the Islamic State executioner. “Jihadi John”, the masked Islamic State group militant believed responsible for beheading of at least five Western hostages, has been named as Kuwaiti-born computing graduate Mohammed Emwazi from London. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL SORABJI (Photo credit should read DANIEL SORABJI/AFP via Getty Images)

And it has considerable financial means.

How is this organization funded? How did it manage to multiply its sources of profit?

After a battle at the heart of Kobane Syria, Kurdish forces that fought with small arms fire along with allied air cover were able to capture the Cultural Centre On December 22nd. The Culture center is in the center of Kobane and at the junction of a number of roads. This gave the center command their transport links in the city. A large tall building it was an effective fortress for whoever held it. As the Cultural center of the city, its capture provided immeasurable boast to YPG fighter’s moral, and provided a tangible turning point in the battle for Kobane. Sine Kurds now call Kobane their "Stalingrad" the value of this operation exceeds in value the actual few yards that were four over. (Photo by Gail Orenstein/NurPhoto) (Photo by Gail Orenstein/NurPhoto) (Photo by NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

How does this marketing allow him to constantly recruit new fighters in the West?

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