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Does the United States have a responsibility to fully support allies in the region who are fighting ISIS?

As readers learn of King Abdullah's requests for assistance from the U.S., they can consider whether Abdullah's track record means that he should be trusted, whether U.S. actions have made it responsible for how ISIS is dealt with, and whether it has a responsibility to act whenever a group such as ISIS threatens to commit war crimes.

What do you think would draw people like the al-Jafr inmates to a person like Zarqwi?

Are these men frustrated by a lack of opportunities, by religious conviction, or simply Zarqawi's charisma? Is it something else, or all three? Determining an answer to this question may say a lot about how such groups recruit people.

Did Abu Haythan have enough reason to detain Zarqawi in Jordan for good?

Consider whether...

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