Aaron Zelin

Washington Institute for New East Policy

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Senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy; blogger at Jihadology.net

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Last week in Cairo, Japan's Prime Minister  Abe pledged about $200 million  to countries battling ISIS, the so-called "Islamic State."

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