Should ISIS be eradicated? Sure, this seems like an odd question. ISIS, the so-called “Islamic state,” has done heinous acts of violence, has decapitated hundreds or thousands of men, has burned them alive, grilling them over fire or drowned them in a cave plunging into a sea of acid. Moreover, ISIS practices slavery and has committed a genocide against the Yazidis and killed vast number of people only for being “apostates” oder “infidels.” The complete disregard of human life and human dignity is beyond imagination and at the same time it is part of a media strategy that aims at striking fear into the hearts of ISIS’ enemies, namely the entire rest of the world.