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The Pentagon’s top officer for the Middle East warned Wednesday that the US will face “huge problems with a massive ISIS resurgence” over the next decade unless Washington establishes a deradicalization initiative in the Middle East.

The Pentagon’s top officer for the Middle East warned Wednesday that the US will face “huge problems with a massive [ISIS] resurgence” over the next decade unless Washington establishes a deradicalization initiative in the Middle East.

During an online forum hosted by the US Institute of Peace, Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie, who heads US Central Command. Revealed that Daesh is still active in Syria and Iraq and committed to recruiting jihadis, the Washington Times reported.

Despite the fact that the group no longer poses the same security threat it did five years ago, a Daesh resurgence will arise in the future if a sweeping deradicalization initiative is not established, McKenzie warned.

McKenzie also expressed concern that the al-Hol refugee camp in northern Syria. Which houses people diplaced by war in Iraq and Syria but also captured ISIS terrorists and their families. Potentially could be a breeding ground for a resurgence in terrorism.

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