Attilian Lessons From ISIS to the Rest of New Jihadists Groups
The Ascendacy of ISIS as the new model of post-AlQaeda Jihadism/Holy War is, without a doubt, its application of Attillian-Ghenghisian brutality as a War Strategy. Never to be taken as not serious since this strategy has proven – always when applied – to be very successful, especially when applied and directed by a ‘creative military genius’ with a fanatic (ideologically-inspired) armies; remember Napoleon, Genghis, Attila, Hitler, Africans and Latin American Coup-led Generals (Pinochet, Mubuto, Kabila, etc).
In short, at the present the young Jihadists wannabes with Pan-Islamic visions look upon ISIS War Strategy – based on absolute merciless brutality against the enemies (especially western-installed puppets at the heart of Islamic World) – as a Winning Strategy from the old ‘protratced’ ‘almost pacifist like’ Al-Qaeda Approach to the Holy War comparable almost to Chamberlain’s ‘Munich Approach’ (Old Al-Qaeda) and the new as Bolsheviks-Mao-Fidel led violent Revolutions.
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