As the United Nations General Assembly – Disarmament and International Security (UNGA – DISEC) debates on the repercussions on peace caused by the conflict in the Republic of Iraq and the Syrian Arab Republic, Ratik Dubey, reporter for the UNGA – DISEC, jots down a piece of poetry on the crimes of the Islamic State.
If human law does not catch up with them, karma for their horrible crimes they will pay: The leaders in crimes against humanity in the human world today What they have set out to achieve they will never win, The Islamic State - the twenty-first century's worst criminals - will fall from within. Their own people will eventually turn against them, this is always the case. To humanity, the feared and loathed Islamic State is a disgrace. If human law does not catch up with them, karma will in time; One way or another, they will pay for every horrible crime. What they have done unto others will become their own due, Since what goes around comes around - this is forever true. The clock on the Islamic State it is ticking fast; Eventually, they will pay for the crimes of their past. The reign of terror of the Islamic State will come to an end: History does tell us this and on this we can depend.