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Why an ISIS Comeback May Look Unlike Anything Seen Before | WSJ

The Islamic State has seen major setbacks this year, first in the defeat of the physical caliphate and then with the death of its founder and leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. But experts warn that the ISIS ideology remains strong and that a global resurgence is already underway.

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