Obama Says US Will ‘Degrade and Ultimately Defeat’ ISIS Like Al Qaeda

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PHOTO: Militant Islamist fighters take partial in a infantry march along a streets of Syrias northern Raqqa range on Jun 30, 2014.

The U.S. is “going to reduce and eventually better ISIL a same approach we have left after al Qaeda,” President Obama pronounced of a belligerent organisation that recently took credit for beheading American reporters Steven Sotloff and James Foley.

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PHOTO: U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a media discussion after a NATO limit during a Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales on Sept. 5, 2014.

The belligerent group, also famous as ISIS, “poses a long-term hazard to a reserve and confidence of NATO members,” Obama pronounced during a press discussion in Newport, Wales. “We have a vicious purpose to play in rolling behind this monster organization.”

The boss advocated evenly “taking a quarrel to” ISIS in most a same approach a U.S. combated al Qaeda.

“You primarily pull them back, we evenly reduce their capabilities, we slight their range of action, we solemnly cringe a space, a domain that they control, we take out their leadership, and over time, they are not means to control a same kinds of belligerent attacks that they once could,” Obama said, adding that U.S. fight infantry would not be deployed to a region.

“I don’t consider that’s required for us to accomplish a goal,” he said. Instead, a American infantry will work to strengthen Iraqi and Syrian army already on a ground.

Obama also called for a “strategic communications bid so that we are troublesome people from meditative that [ISIS] represents a state, most reduction a caliphate.”

“That’s not what Islam is about,” he added.

Obama, in Wales for a NATO summit, assimilated British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday in dire a fondness to mount organisation opposite ISIS’ “brutal and unwholesome extremism.”

In a London Times Op-Ed, a leaders panned an “isolationist approach” and vowed that America and Britain “will not be cowed” by ISIS.

“Whether it is informal charge going violent or a awaiting that unfamiliar fighters could lapse from Iraq and Syria to poise a hazard in a countries, a problems we face currently bluster a confidence of British and American people,” they wrote.

Obama, who has certified over 100 airstrikes to assist Iraqi and Kurdish army combating ISIS in Iraq, final week concurred “we don’t have a plan yet” to confront a belligerent organisation in adjacent Syria.

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