ISBN-13: 9781502781871 / Angielski / Miękka / 78 str.
ISIS is a jihadist group that has made some of its enemies in Iraq and Syria to merge to fight against them. The establishment of this group made rebels and militia groups like the Shia group of Iraq, the Sunnis, Kurds, Quds Force, Iraqi community groups, Turkmen, Yazidis, and Christians to become unlikely allies. Most of the states have been old enemies but ISIS has forced them to create alliances to fight them. Recently, US assisted Shiite militia, Iraqi and Kurdish army to set Iraqi cities free from ISIS. Shiite militia is supported by Iran and thus bringing together the two enemies US and Iran to fight their common enemy (ISIS). The Shiite Militia, a well-known enemy of the US, has joined forces with them to destroy ISIS, the most, notorious terrorist group in history. Other government and groups which come for support of Iraq against ISIS include: Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia have all banded together to assist the militia groups and rebels to fight against the ISIS insurgent. Hezbollah, which is a Lebanese militia group and an enemy of America, has also sent its militia forces to Syria in support of President Bashar al-Assad, thus, bringing Hezbollah and US together. Lastly, Saudi Arabia has joined hands with Iran, because of the concern that ISIS will destabilize the region. They see the terrorist group as a threat to both their governments, which made them fight ISIS actively, as a common enemy.