5) “The war against radical Islamic militancy is not West’s fight. It is a struggle among Muslims for the soul and the future of the Muslim world. In the end, only Muslims can determine the outcome.” Do you agree with this view? Should the West, or India, leave issues such as rise of ISIS, Al Qaeda and Taliban to Muslim world to deal with themselves? Critically comment.

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5) “The war against radical Islamic militancy is not West’s fight. It is a struggle among Muslims for the soul and the future of the Muslim world. In the end, only Muslims can determine the outcome.” Do you agree with this view? Should the West, or India, leave issues such as rise of ISIS, Al Qaeda and Taliban to Muslim world to deal with themselves? Critically comment. (200 Words)

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