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Could ISIS pull off another 9/11?

I remember 9/11 as if it were yesterday, when the U.S. was struck in New York and Washington by well-laid plans hatched in Afghanistan.

It reminds me of the numerous proxy wars in the Middle East countries — Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya and the Palestinian territories.

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But the richest terrorist organization in the world, ISIS, has now established itself there and is building a war chest of hundreds of millions of dollars ("Is Chinese strategy the key to defeating Islamic State?" Nov. 12).

It's frightening that ISIS appears to be rapidly developing a capability to launch another 9/11 against the U.S. The U.S. should be preparing a coalition strong enough to defeat ISIS, protect Americans and save our democratic way of life.

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Quinton D. Thompson, Towson

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