August 12, 2014

Publish the ISIS Terror Selfies

Ian Tuttle, National Review

The Associated Press

When your enemy is in the process of destroying himself,” Napoleon famously advised, “stay out of his way.” That wisdom ought to be applied to the media campaign being waged by the Islamic State, which has thought it good marketing to tighten its hold on parts of Syria and Iraq by advertising its most distressing misdeeds.

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TAGGED: ISIS, Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria, Terrorism, Propaganda, Iraq, Syria


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