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ENSURING DAESH’S

ENDURING DEFEAT

Welcome to the Global Coalition against Daesh.

We invite you to find out why we were formed, who our 80 partners are, and why we think it’s as important as ever that countries all over the globe remain united to ensure the enduring defeat of Daesh. We’ve added a few more features to our site – click here to be shown around.

Weekly digest

MP Murrison: Work Tirelessly to Confront Terrorism

Daesh is responsible for unimaginable global suffering, said British MP Andrew Murrison in an op-ed for Al-Sharq Al-Awsat. He said that the threat of terrorism comes from the far-right and Islamist extremists alike and concluded that governments’ greatest tribute to terror victims would be to work tirelessly to prevent future attacks and reject extremist ideologies.

Pompeo: Daesh regained strength in some areas.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo acknowledged that Daesh has regained strength in some areas of Syria and Iraq, while adding that their ability to carry out external attacks is greatly diminished since their territorial defeat. According to the The Hill, Pompeo said that a significant risk has been reduced, though keen watchfulness against Daesh resurgence will be vital.

China: Terrorist organisations are being revived in Syria

China’s Syria envoy warned that terrorist organisations like Daesh are being revived in Syria, urging the international community to pay attention. According to Al-Arabiya, the Chinese minister described the issue in Northern Syria as very complicated, stating that the fight against terrorism is not finished yet.

UK’s Jihadi Jack Stripped of British Citizenship

UK national Jack Letts, aka Jihadi Jack, has been reportedly stripped of his British citizenship for fighting with Daesh in Iraq and Syria. Evening Standard reported that a Home Office spokesman stated that the dual UK-Canadian national was deprived of citizenship based on substantial advice from officials, lawyers and intelligence agencies.

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Kabul – Dozens died in an attack against a wedding crowd

A Daesh suicide bomber killed at least 63 when he blew himself in a crowd at a wedding feast in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul. The Telegraph reported that the Afghan branch of Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack which the United States described as “an act of extreme depravity” and the Taliban said it was barbaric.

What is the Coalition?

The Global Coalition against Daesh was formed in September 2014 and is unique in its membership, scope and commitment. Together, the Global Coalition is committed to degrading and ultimately defeating Daesh.

The Coalition’s 80 members are committed to tackling Daesh on all fronts, to dismantling its networks and countering its global ambitions. Beyond the military campaign in Iraq and Syria, the Coalition is committed to: tackling Daesh’s financing and economic infrastructure; preventing the flow of foreign terrorist fighters across borders; supporting stabilisation and the restoration of essential public services to areas liberated from Daesh; and countering the group’s propaganda.

On The Line, Episode 6

Finance: Corrado Catesi

"On The Line" Podcast Series, Episode 6, Finance: Corrado Catesi
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@Coalition Twitter

Al-Qaim was one of the last towns in Iraq to be liberated from Daesh in November 2017 – but the work to make it liveable again would be long and difficult

Read how a rebuilt hospital 🏥 is restoring the town, through a #DayInTheLife of a doctor there 👇
https://t.co/lr4Eq2DigC

#ThrowbackThursday: Daesh tried to destroy much of Iraq's ancient cultural heritage.

For Iraqis like Safaa, liberation from Daesh was a "liberation of thinking", as he could return to studying and reproducing his country's historic artefacts.

On Int'l Day of Remembrance & Tribute to #VictimsOfTerrorism, we remember women like Narayen. Lost her husband 12 yrs ago to illness. ISIL destroyed everything she had. Now, UNDP is helping by rehabilitating her house & others: https://t.co/g5Dm8LmUc2
#IraqStabilization

ISIL ravaged Mosul, Iraq's 3rd largest city. @undpiniraq is working w/ the govt & #SurvivorsofTerrorism to rebuild lifesaving infrastructure. Our experts Hugo & Jim explain #IraqStabilization in @coalition's #OntheLine podcast Q&A. Read the transcript: https://t.co/kQBRCnnwok

“I feel like I am reborn because I am seeing patients back in Al-Qaim.”

Al-Qaim was one of the last Iraqi towns liberated from Daesh, and they left its hospital devastated. We follow a #DayInTheLife of an Al-Qaim doctor to see what the hospital being reopened means to the area

"We are not helpless in the face of terror. As governments, the greatest tribute we can pay those who have suffered at the hands of extremists is to work tirelessly to prevent future victims"

UK Minister @AWMurrison pays tribute to #VictimsofTerrorism 👇
https://t.co/dEWywKLtxk

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Al-Qaim restored to life

Al-Qaim was one of the last towns in Iraq to be liberated from Daesh in November 2017 – but the work to make it liveable again was only just beginning
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Al-Qaim restored to life

Al-Qaim was one of the last towns in Iraq to be liberated from Daesh in November 2017 – but the work to make it liveable again was only just beginning
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