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BERLIN, December 28. /TASS/. The West is to blame for the emergence of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization, member of the Bundestag and member of the National Committee of the Left Party Sahra Wagenknecht told DPA news agency on Monday.
"There would have been no IS if there was no war in Iraq. The organization (IS) would not have been so strong if not for bombardments of Libya and destabilization in Syria. The West, first of all the United States, have made this monster bigger by their wars," Wagenknecht said.