ISIS growing numbers will slow chances of their success.

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ISIS is moving towards Baghdad; they have acquired more weapons, more men, and with the capture of an oil refinery they now have a revenue source. As their numbers grow, they and their objectives become grander, and they will be forced to organize. They will have to have a command structure, they will need logistical support for the vehicles they captured, they will need supply routes, and they will need to coordinate all of this with their overall mission strategy. They will be able to hire advisers with their oil revenue, and they will be forced to reform into a more organized combat entity.

ISIS has already transformed from terrorist group to militia. The militia must be an army if it is going to take Baghdad.

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