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Does ISIS have any religious legitimacy?
Leaders, supporters and fighters of the Islamic State say they are practicing the true and only version of Islam. Is it fair to say or even consider that the terror group has its roots in religion? Graeme Wood, contributor to The Atlantic, and Mehdi Hasan, Al Jazeera presenter and contributor to the New Statesman magazine, debate if ISIS is actually Islamic at all.
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