The US will continue airstrikes hopefully and wipe these idiots out, they are probably the greatest threat to the rest of the eastern world.
I don't notice these brave ISIS fighters going anywhere near Iran. They know they would get wiped out.
That's exactly right. (Relatively) stable places like Iran, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and even Egypt are watching this in horror. And with all the stuff going on in Libya, Syria and Iraq, nobody in the Arab world is much complaining about the Palestinian situation, as they don't want Hamas to become the next ISIS. Hamas is already too connected to the Brotherhood for the liking of Jordan, Egypt and the Gulf states.
So I'm a bit unclear where ISIS is going to get continued funding, when they start running out of spare parts and fuel for their vehicles etc. Are they actually competent at keeping and running infrastructure? I know they are just robbing everyone before they kill them, but can they sustain that? With 5,000 US workers at the embassy in Baghdad (it opened with 16,000 workers in 2009), there must be lots of oil money still coming in, but that's likely still coming into parts of the country not held by ISIS. Hamas gets oodles of money from other Arab states, but I can't see any outside government wishing to fund ISIS.
As Mark Steyn says, "ISIS are fast-track Nazis. No messing about with a few property restrictions and intermarriage laws as a little light warm-up: They're only in the business of "final solutions", and they start on Day One and don't quit until the last Christian and Yazidi is dead or fled..."