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ISIS: American paramilitary group shares name with Iraqi terrorist group

ISIS intelligence technology training

Isis was the ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility. Isis is what Christians would call a pagan idol, and Muslims, especially fundamentalist Muslims, would condemn as a deity of infidels. This is precisely what makes the name such a bizarre title for the recently emerged Iraqi terrorist group currently wreaking bloodshed and havoc upon the country. According to western sources, the militant Sunni group ISIS was originally affiliated with Al Qaeda, but were rejected for being "too extreme." Western pundits and analysts have not elaborated much on precisely how a group could be "too extreme" for the organization said to have pulverized nearly 3,000 humans on September 11th, 2001. However this is the story being offered to television audiences.

The terrorist group is actually called "al-Dawlah al-Islāmīyah" in Arabic, with "ISIS" being the suspiciously chosen western abbreviation for "Islamic State in Iraq and Syria." In other words, the name ISIS has been arbitrarily chosen by western media and governments, making the name much more of an editorial choice than a genuine title for the terrorist group. Further compounding the blatant nature of occult influence within the global power structure is yet another military group in the middle east going by the same exact name, ISIS. This ISIS, however, is "ISIS intelligence technology training," a mercenary group operating throughout the middle east, and headquartered in Arizona. According to their website:

We are dedicated to supporting our national defense and security departments, as well as government contractors and private business, with mission-critical services performed by highly skilled experts in their fields. ISIS professionals can be found working side by side with the U.S. Armed Forces, U.S. Government and Prime Contractors on the ground in such strategic environments as the Middle East.

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