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I've been just a little frustrated by the somewhat passive approach of the anti-bombing Syria movement at the moment. It's as though we are all responding to David Cameron's seven-point plan with either acceptance or rejection, without much detail of what we should be doing instead. There are a few vague references to the Vienna negotiations … Continue reading You want a seven point plan to destroy ISIS? Here it is.