You will say your notes, which you will receive after the course as part of the course fee, are written in a particular style. The only difference between your notes and the rest of the course is, that you, the class, write in your own handwriting, while we provide students with a set of notes that is in standard English. You also learn to use this class as what will become your main source of reference in the future as you plan other exams or write your own.
This month marks seven years since a bomb blast on March 19, 2005, in Boston — the fourth time a jihadist group carried out a coordinated attack in the United States — in an act that many considered the biggest domestic terrorist attack in US history. It was one of our deadliest single attacks, and it came on the same day that the president was receiving a standing ovation at the United Nations.
I think everyone should remember that and learn from it. You know, the next time he thinks that he should have done something or that Americans shouldn’t be protected, or whatever that thing of his was at the time, think about what he went on to do.
He said that the bombers were inspired by ISIS and al-Qaeda.
ISIS is a jihadist group. I believe ISIS, al-Qaeda — they all want world domination. To me, they all have the same goals. And the goal of ISIS and al-Qaeda is to transform Islam into a totalitarian state and make it their own.
So yes, ISIS was a jihadist group in 2006. But they have changed since then and no longer do what they did then, and that’s very tragic.
What’s happened since then?
ISIS has split into what we call the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), then the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and now the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) — which is made up of a lot of the remnants of the Iraqi army, the Iraqi police and security forces, Shiite militiamen, all the various militias that were in Syria when the United States left in 2011 that started to turn and become ISIS. One group, the Islamic State of Iraq in Iraq (ISIS-I), emerged in the spring of 2014. It is still very strong.
The Kurds are actually still in control of much of Syria and Iraq.
That’s correct. But the Kurdish regional government is led by an Iraqi Kurd who has become one of the most
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