Muslims, mums and ISIS: It’s a multi-cultural, multi-sect society that’s been on the rise for decades.
Here’s what you need know about these three groups and how they can help fight terrorism.
Muslims are generally Muslims.
There are over three billion Muslims around the world.
Muslims have lived under Islamic rule for more than 2,000 years.
The first Islamic emperors established Islam, which was a peaceful religion in which believers are expected to follow strict rules.
Over the past century, Muslims have been persecuted for their beliefs.
They are a minority in many countries, but they make up nearly one-third of the world’s population.
Mums are the mothers of the children born to Muslim parents.
They make up around 25% of the population, but the vast majority are not Muslim.
They tend to be Christian, but many Muslims also practice other faiths.
ISIS is an Islamic extremist group.
It is primarily a terrorist organization, though it has been linked to other violent terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Its fighters are mostly young men, who consider their goal to convert and take over the world by killing and terrorizing Muslims.
The group has been accused of killing hundreds of thousands of civilians and has killed thousands of people.
ISIS was founded in 2014 by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a Jordanian-born Muslim who founded the Islamic state in Iraq and Syria.
He has claimed responsibility for numerous terrorist attacks, including the deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012, in which a suicide bomber killed four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens.
ISIS is not a state, though some countries have designated it as such.
Moms are the wives of Muslim men.
There were an estimated 3.2 million Muslim women in the world in 2014, according to the Pew Research Center.
Muslim women make up about 12% of women in most countries, with about half of them living in the United States.
The majority of them work outside the home, while many are religious.
The vast majority of Muslim women have children.
They form the majority of the women who live in the Muslim world.
They also form the vast bulk of Muslim immigrants who arrive in the U.K. and other Western countries.
Muslims in the West, especially in the Western world, have become more tolerant of Muslim-majority countries.
They generally have more tolerant attitudes toward religion, but some are still wary.
Many of the people who have committed violent acts in the past have been Muslim.
ISIS is a terrorist group that has taken advantage of the global refugee crisis and the economic crisis in the Middle East.
ISIS has spread its ideology and ideology has spread like a virus, infecting millions of Muslims around Europe and North America.
ISIS uses the tactics of the Taliban to recruit and radicalize young Muslims.
ISIS controls large swaths of territory in Syria and Iraq and is believed to have killed hundreds of people, including hundreds of foreign tourists, during the first few months of the war.
The Islamic State has killed more than 6,000 people, mainly foreign tourists.
ISIS also has taken responsibility for killing hundreds, possibly thousands, of civilians in its brutal, barbaric, and brutalistic attacks.
It has killed tens of thousands, possibly hundreds of millions of people around the globe, including millions of Christians, Yazidis, and other minority groups.
Mums are often reluctant to speak out.
They may feel that the Islamic group would retaliate against them for criticizing its violent actions.
But in reality, they often find it easier to hide their identity and not make the group public.
They fear retribution from the Islamic extremist organization.
Moms also may not speak out because they fear they will lose their jobs or be targeted for deportation.
If they do, they may be forced to leave their home country and become refugees.
There are currently a large number of refugees in the region, many of whom are Muslim.
Muslim migrants, especially Syrians, are the main source of the group’s numbers.
They have been fleeing the war and poverty in the countries they have fled, including Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that some 10 million refugees have arrived in Europe and the Middle America region since the conflict began.
Migrants are often vulnerable and often have little information about their countries of origin.
They often do not have adequate information about the countries in which they have been resettled, which makes it difficult for them to find jobs or access services.
Many are unable to speak Arabic or any other language to secure employment.
They cannot find housing or work.
Refugees have a hard time finding jobs because employers often do little to recruit or promote them.
Migrant children are often orphaned or abandoned by their parents.
This creates a large burden for their families, who often end up without money or support.
Children are often neglected and often left with the care of their mother or father. There is