ISIS Intrudes to Marawi City

 

The intrusion into Marawi City

by elements of ISIS

dramatizes a lost Caliphate.

Isis could have captured most of the Middle East,

but for some adversarial factors which I shall discuss on the next post.

(If I am still here)

I have put out the notice

that I am still analyzing whether this intrusion

is a diversion or the main attack or what.

Let me discuss first what prodded this incursion.

The source of funds for the ISIS are oil and drugs.

In the Southern Philippines, that source would be drugs and kidnapping.

The sources of oil and drugs are running out.

So is drugs and kidnapping.

This is fast leading to a Caliphate lost.

If this intrusion was to divert government attention away

from a drug shipment, it failed; because,

acting on a tip from the Chinese intelligence,

a humongous drug shipment was intercepted.

If this attack was a diversion to land a larger force somewhere else,

it could not have been, because a larger force would have the

Maute leaders should be seen to be in command.

If, as was observed, there were a large number of ISIS snipers,

such sniper rifles could be reserved for sniping at one particular target—

the Commander-in-Chief.

After all, he is the one with much success in eradicating drugs.

Much commendation should be given the government and people

of the Philippines for embracing the Muslims as family,

even making Muslim holidays as national holidays.

Even as the country is predominantly Catholic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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