It’s hard to watch the news nowadays and not hear the word ‘ISIS’ fall out of the mouth of the commentator. With each new terrorist attack ISIS seems to be at the top of the suspect list.
But how much do we know about the terrorist group? Why is it taking so long to defeat them? These Frontline documentaries go in-depth to show you what and who ISIS is and how they operate.
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A video-store clerk turned radical jihadist, Abu Musab al-Zarqaqi, was the mastermind behind the sectarian warfare that tore Iraq apart after the U.S. invasion, resulting in tens of thousands of deaths.
This documentary examines the role that America’s invasion of Iraq have played in the terror group’s brutal rise.
ISIS is making a name for themselves in Afghanistan and their focus is on creating new generation of jihadists.
Watch this firsthand look exploring the state of a nation and how terrorist group is expanding its rule over the Islamic State.