The MOST controversial theory behind the rise of ISIS

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The MOST controversial theory behind the rise of ISIS

William DeArteaga [12/01/2015 8:39 AM]
The theory is materialistic baloney. The rise of ISIS is largely a spiritual (demonic) phenomenon.

Terry Wiles [12/01/2015 9:13 AM]
Man say the world is degenerating because of global warming, oil fracking, and political differences that man can solve. Jesus says these things are the beginning of sorrows. (Matthew 24:3-14)

7 Comments

  • Ricky Grimsley
    Reply May 24, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    Global warming. Lol

  • Nelson Banuchi
    Reply May 24, 2016

    Nelson Banuchi

    Oh…and I thought it was because they couldn’t find a job…

  • Mike Stidham
    Reply May 24, 2016

    Mike Stidham

    Nelson’s comment, while tongue in cheek, is probably a better explanation why ISIS has success recruiting people to fight for their cause.

  • Troy Day
    Reply May 24, 2016

    Troy Day

    The new argument, which Piketty spelled out recently in the French newspaper Le Monde, is this: Inequality is a major driver of Middle Eastern terrorism, including the Islamic State attacks on Paris earlier this month — and Western nations have themselves largely to blame for that inequality.

    • Nelson Banuchi
      Reply May 24, 2016

      Nelson Banuchi

      Oh, so it is more jobs …with equal pay, I assume…

      (I don’t think the French like Americans very much)

    • Troy Day
      Reply May 24, 2016

      Troy Day

      Nelson, read the article first

    • Nelson Banuchi
      Reply May 24, 2016

      Nelson Banuchi

      Troy Day Yeah, I guess I should. I’m a bad boy…I admit it. Sorry…

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