How to beat ISIS: A primer
article A lot of the attention in the last week has been focused on how to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, which has taken over large swaths of Iraq, Syria and the West Bank.
But there are a lot of people out there who are fighting for peace and a peaceful world and for a democratic future.
So, here are five strategies for dealing with ISIS, including how to deal with our own governments.
Keep it low-key.
Most of the time, you can’t be too loud.
The most important thing is to keep it low profile.
You can’t put too much focus on it.
We’ve all heard it, “I hate ISIS.
I’m not interested in a violent conflict.”
The problem with that is, you have to make sure that the target is someone you can reach.
If you don’t know who the target of your threat is, then you are going to be able to easily draw a distinction.
If they’re a local, they might not be too interested in fighting you, so that’s the first step.
But you want to have a high level of awareness.
You also want to take the opportunity to have the public think about the threat you’re posing.
For example, you might have a message about a meeting at a local mosque or a group meeting, and then, if the target has not responded, you’d send a message to their cell phone or social media.
That would be one way to do it.
If the target does respond, it could be a good time to tell them, “Hey, you’re in the midst of an escalation.
It’s a good thing to be aware of what you’re dealing with.”
You want to show your community that you’re working on it and you’re willing to take a risk.
And you want people to recognize the threat and respond to it, too.
If a group decides to go to the mosque, you want them to know that there’s a group of people who want to meet and have a meeting.
You want them, in a positive way, to be on your side.
If it takes longer than a week to resolve the issue, you need to have patience.
That means the enemy is trying to get a resolution before you get to the point of no return.
In order to make the situation more tolerable, it might be necessary to do something else.
If, for example, a group is in a mosque and a member is trying his or her best to calm down a situation, then that could be an opportunity to show them that you do care.
You need to be patient.
Don’t attack their families.
There’s a common saying that, “If you want something done, you should have done it a long time ago.”
It’s not always true.
It depends on how you look at the situation.
For instance, you don.t want to be a bad influence on the local population.
In fact, you could be seen as a positive force by them.
But it also depends on what you think the local community wants.
You could be perceived as an aggressor.
You might be seen in a negative light.
So you need time to understand what the local leaders are thinking.
In some cases, it can be helpful to do a little research.
You know, if you’re living in the Middle East, you’ll see what people are thinking and you’ll find out who they really are.
If there are concerns about something that’s happening there, you will need to think about it.
Sometimes you might even find out that your views might be at odds with those of the local leader.
If this is the case, then there’s not much point in attacking the people of the community.
You have to understand the local situation and be patient with the local people.
Get out of the way.
This is the easiest way to deal.
If we’re being honest with ourselves, it’s very difficult to understand our enemies.
If your target is in the street, and you don toting a gun or a knife, it becomes even more difficult to imagine what they might be thinking.
If someone is talking to you in a restaurant, and they’re not talking about the situation, it won’t help you understand what they’re saying.
But if you take your phone out of your pocket and you go into a restaurant or a bar, it will make it much easier for you to understand them.
In general, if there are things that you need done to the local government, it makes it more difficult for the local leadership to be helpful.
The same goes for the opposition.
They need to take action to the extent that they can.
They’re not going to take an active role in the conflict because they don’t have the power.
They don’t want to risk the violence that’s going to follow.
So when they have the time and the opportunity, they
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