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Hyer's Highlights: What's Next for Islamic State?
The jihadists may be losing their territorial bases; however, their warped ideology has not been vanquished.
Benji Hyer
Published 16 July 2017
Islamic State

It is almost exactly three years since the so-called Islamic State’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, proclaimed a caliphate following an ISIS sweep through large areas of Iraq and Syria.

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Yet on Monday, Islamic State was evicted from the last parcel of land that it controlled in the city of Mosul. A battle that began 266 days ago has finally concluded with intense house-to-house fighting and a last stand which finally liberated the city.

But, the good does from Mosul does not prove the end of ISIS. The jihadists may be losing their territorial bases; however, their warped ideology has not been vanquished.

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Benji Hyer asked listeners if the loss in Mosul spells the end of the jihadi terrorist organisation. Here’s what listener Jessica thinks should happen to truly get rid of ISIS.

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