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Combating monster: How to win a battle against Daesh?

Turkey on Thursday called on Russia to carry out joint operations against Daesh in Syria, after crucial talks between President Vladimir Putin and Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan aimed at ending a crisis in ties.The comments by Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu came as a Turkish delegation was in Russia for talks aimed at coordinating actions on Syria and other bilateral issues.”We will discuss all the details. We have always called on Russia to carry out anti-Daesh (IS) operations together,” Cavusoglu said in a live interview with the private NTV television, adding that the proposal was still “on the table”.Cavusoglu urged Russia to fight against the “common enemy” of Daesh militants in Syria. “Let´s fight against the terrorist group together, so that we can clear it out as soon as possible,” the minister said, warning otherwise that the group would keep on expanding and spread into other countries. NATO member Turkey was long criticised by its Western partners for not playing a full role in the fight against Daesh but upped its involvement last year by offering US forces use of an air base for raids against the group. There are credible reports that Daesh has even established an external branch responsible for plotting terrorist operations abroad.

If Mosul and Raqqa fall in the coming year, as seems likely, thousands of surviving Daesh combatants will return to their home countries, where they are likely to continue waging their war with terror attacks. As a result, the coming year is bound to be at least as bloody as the last one. Who will bear the brunt of Daesh’s desperation? The US tops the list of Daesh enemies. But dispatching fighters there from the Middle East poses a logistical challenge. And there are only about 100 Americans fighting with Daesh, meaning that, in the US, inspiration is Daesh’s main tactic. European and Muslim countries are much more convenient targets, and not only in geographic terms. Most Daesh fighters are from the Arab world, and 4,000 European men and women have joined the group. Of the European countries, France, which has assumed a leadership role in the fight against Daesh, is the most vulnerable. It has already suffered more casualties than all of its neighbours together, with 235 people killed in the last 18 months.One reason for this is that the sense of exclusion and alienation felt by a large segment of France’s Muslim community has made it easier for Daesh to recruit in the country. Some 1,200 French nationals have joined as fighters – the largest contingent of Westerners in the group. Add to that serious gaps in France’s domestic security arrangements, and the odds of further attacks appear high. But as much as Daesh wants to hurt the West, the countries of the Middle East remain its prime target. After all, Daesh’s effort to build a caliphate requires it to control territory. Given this, it is crucial that the security threat posed by terror attacks does not overshadow, particularly for Western leaders, the imperative of dismantling Daesh pseudo-state in Iraq and Syria. But even when that task is finished, Daesh will still wield its ideology as a weapon to attract fighters to engage in guerrilla warfare in Iraq and Syria, and in terrorism abroad. That is why it is also necessary to cut off the social and ideological oxygen that has nourished Daesh’s spectacular rise. This means addressing the Middle East’s broken politics, including both its causes (such as the geostrategic rivalry) and its symptoms (including the civil wars spreading through the Arabian heartland). Only then can the Arab-Islamic world and the international community defeat Daesh and others like them.

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