Any sane civilization would repel this army of conquest by any means necessary. Europeans would rather perish than be politically incorrect.
Ebola arose in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, in part because the health systems of the affected countries had been weakened by years of conflict and human migration. That same combination is now present in the Islamic State-occupied areas of Syria, Iraq and Libya, as well as in Yemen.
We are already seeing the consequences of drawn-out Islamic State occupation and the subsequent halting of public-health interventions in places under the terrorist group’s control. These include the re-emergence of vaccine-preventable diseases such as polio and measles but also a dramatic increase in leishmaniasis. Known in Syria as “Aleppo evil” because of its ability to disfigure the faces of young people, leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease transmitted by sandflies. Dengue fever is also now widespread in the Middle East and parts of North Africa, while deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus infections appear regularly on the Arabian Peninsula.