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nnj Iraqi army flushing out Islamic state fighters in a town north of Baghdad tangible gains in the U. S. led campaign to wipe out isis in Iraq and Syria , but Warren Strobel says these recent successes on the battlefield may be the start of a treacherous nucleic well the concern is that the military campaign increasingly snowballed and racks up exactly the effort to stabilize and rebuild sitting there once occupied by Islamic state is falling , fighting and it's going to be very expensive and take a long time to even begin to rebuild beyond the human devastation made bigger problem the persistent rift between a Shiite controlled government and the studio minority from which isis draws most of its power in support and there's not been ever since you estimated two thousand three a fundamental reconciliation between the majority Shiite Muslim population in the studio without that kind of reconciliation going to be harder to rebuild Iraq intends off Islamic state , and that has you etcetera rocky leaders worried that advice is loses land it could revert back to how it started , shadowy guerrilla operation they could be even harder to root out and destroy the concern is that Saddam is one today to go underground , it will continue to be able to carry out %HESITATION destabilizing suicide attacks and other sorts of airstrikes Islamic they can also lash out globally intimacy with the attack in Brussels and Paris in Turkey in San Bernardino and as one former US official told us one Russian style attack is with a lot of territory , another worry advices loses ground in Iraq in Syria it advance team in Libya very adaptable enemy your special talents and value have now about six thousand fighters in Libya and possibility that they lose their territory