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End of IS may see acts of desperation - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
Defeating the Islamic State militarily is necessary but insufficient to confront its brand of terror... and Europe is bracing for the blowback. In September 2015, in an elaborate war gaming exercise at the prestigious International Institute of Counter Terrorism in Israel, experts role-modelling different actors representing the US, Russia, Europe, Middle East and others, predicted that the Islamic State (IS) would initiate a string of terrorist attacks by foreign fighters returning from Iraq and Syria in Europe, starting with Belgium shortly. 
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I think it is absolutely essential for all of us ...That in this battle, we need the Kashmiri people on our side. It's a battle for sovereignty, it's a battle against separatists and terrorists and the key is also held by the people. And therefore our approach has to be guided by the fact that those people are on our side, and not with the separatists.
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