Suicide Cows

 

Suicide cows are a strange, but effective way to intimidate areas for ISIS to strike next. What I do not understand is how the Islamic state is lacking manpower to terrorize the areas themselves. To me, i feel as if this tactic is wasteful because there is no real strategy or point. Furthermore, as stated by the editor, cows are worth around $1,200 so that in itself is a waste of money and resources that the cows could have been used for. The article also talks about how ISIS will continue to breach these areas that could be strategic for movement, but these farms that the cows are in are not valuable areas for the Islamic State at all. ISIS will want to target cities and places with officials residing in them. These farms with working people growing food are only harming the Islamic State when they could be benefiting from all the farmland and resources created.

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2 Responses to Suicide Cows

  1. davidbdale says:

    Fix your slug and your title, please AB, and give a good look to the feedback session we reviewed in class. I don’t think you want me reviewing this post as the first version of your LTE. It should be identified as LTE Draft—andrewbecharaa.

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  2. davidbdale says:

    I appreciate that you’ve posted an early draft of this assignment, AB. Instead of commenting directly on it here, I’d like to draw your attention to a feedback session taking place on the early draft of a classmate. What I have to say on that draft may help you considerably as you work on revisions before the Monday midnight deadline.
    https://wordpress.com/comment/newspaperlessness.com/2491

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