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Should the government send in ground troops to fight ISIS?

Results from Nationals

Last answered 7 days ago

ISIS Ground Troops Poll Results for Nationals

Yes

57 votes

44%

No

73 votes

56%

Distribution of answers submitted by Nationals.

3 Yes answers
3 No answers
0 overlapping answers

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Learn more about ISIS Ground Troops

Operation Okra was launched in Iraq by the ADF in 2014 to contribute to the allied response to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levnant. The ADF sent ten aircraft to conduct airstrikes and a team of ground troops to train the Iraqi Security Forces. After the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull suggested that Australia should send more ground troops to take on a peace keeping role in Syria. Opponents to the proposal included Defense Minister Payne and Treasurer Scott Morrison who argued that there was no reason to put the lives of Australian soldiers at risk.  See recent ISIS ground troop news

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