US remains ‘unapologetic’ despite creation of Daesh
After four years of extreme violence by Daesh Takfiris in Syria and Iraq, the US still remains “unapologetic” to the role it has played in creation and support of the terrorists, says an army infantryman.
Seth Manzel made the Wednesday comment in regard to an article by war veteran Vincent Emanuele, in which acknowledged the part he and his fellow troops played in the creation of the Takfiri group during the US-led war on Iraq.
According to Manzel, the Takfiris were “given the ability” by US policies and “credibility” by American soldiers’ misconduct after the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
“American foreign policy almost completely created ISIL,” he said, asserting that there may be some members ideologically attached to the terrorists, yet highlighting the US role in boosting them by creating “disenfranchisement, poverty, and animosity to the West.”
Mostly active in Iraq and Libya, Daesh has been making attempts to expand its territory into other countries, particularly Libya, Egypt and Afghanistan.
The Takfiri group uses a campaign of terror that involves gruesome methods such as videotaped beheadings, summary executions, and other methods to kill.
Iraq war veteran Vincent Emanuele says US policies in the Arab country have helped create the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group, which is now wreaking havoc in the Middle East.