President Xi Jinping declare war on ISIS

China has decided to join the war on ISIS after four of its citizens were killed by Islamist terror groups in two separate attacks.

 

War on terrorism and ISIS has added a new warlord as the Chinese government has announced its decision to join other countries in ridding terrorism of the world.

According to a report by the UK Mirror, China will join the war on ISIS after four of its citizens were killed by Islamist terror groups in two separate attacks.

The report revealed further that one of the reasons for the Chinese government's vow is the claims by ISIS to have killed 50-years old Beijing man, Fan Jinghui, alongside Norwegian national Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad, 48, who were feared to have been taken hostage in September.

According to the Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is also mourning the loss of some Chinese in a terrorist attack on Radisson Blu in Mali, "China will strengthen cooperation with the international community, resolutely crack down on violent terrorist operations that devastate innocent lives and safeguard world peace and security."

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