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Where next ISIS? Europe full of non-believers

Something must be done about the blood-thirsty evil of ISIS and these religious wars between Muslims and Christians.

But must the West really solve a problem that is not of our making, with the exception of Tony Blair’s lunacy in Iraq and David Cameron’s foolishness in Libya?

Who is financing ISIL?

The leaders of this death cult are far from stupid and are looking way beyond the ground they control and their next target may well be a Europe full of non-believers.

The next target could be a Europe that could be destabilised and its churches, shrines and monuments destroyed as we saw happen in the Middle East on our television screens. The appetite of such megalomaniac cults only grow.

Noel Harrington

Scilly

Kinsale

Co Cork


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