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Analysis: Islamic State Blame Game Deepens Sectarianism

It's hard to find a country or group involved in the Middle East that has never been blamed for the emergence of the so-called Islamic State. Many of these theories may be right as many factors created the militant group, according to Carnegie Middle East Center scholar Renad Mansour. The blame game, however, also is deepening sectarianism — and it is making the group harder to fight.   "Blaming and conspiracies based on very little factual evidence is quite...

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