How to beat Isis and the Islamic State group with science and math

This is the article about how to defeat Isis and its terrorist army with science, math, and other smart strategies. 

But, we’re also going to explore how to build and maintain a base of support, which is where the real magic happens.

In this article, I’ll tell you how to overcome the common challenges and obstacles that many people face in building and maintaining a strong base of supporters.

You’ll also see some strategies that I’ve personally used successfully to overcome those challenges and overcome the resistance that many others experience.

 In this article: How to Defeat Isis and Build a Base of SupportIn the past year, I’ve been working with many people in the field of building a base.

I’ve helped many people to start building a foundation of support for themselves and for others.

I’m sharing these techniques with you today so you can follow them as you embark on your journey.

Here are the basics to get started: How to start a baseBuilding a base is the first step in building a community.

It can also be a great opportunity to build a relationship with those you want to support. 

I often hear from people that their first base of Support is through friends, family, or a church group.

In reality, this is often the hardest thing to do. 

There are so many different types of people, so many ways to connect, that it’s easy to get lost.

So, I always say: When you are building a support network, keep it simple and straightforward.

I want you to be focused on building a strong support network for yourself and your supporters. 

When you are creating a support community, it’s important to understand your audience and how you can reach them.

You need to understand the core of your support network.

It’s important that your base is strong enough to allow you to reach people with the same level of commitment and support as yourself. 

You need to know your core audience.

I use the term “core” because it encompasses all people who support you, and it can be anyone, anywhere. 

For example, I use people in my own church.

I have a very close group of people in that church.

The people who I have in my church are my closest friends, and they are all very supportive of me.

I am also very close to my church’s bishop, and that’s a very strong network. 

A core group of support is one that is consistent and growing over time.

You must also be able to share information and strategies to your support group.

This can be done through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

What are the core elements of a support base?

 A support base needs to be built in the following ways: The base must be strong, stable, and secure. 

The core elements include the following: Supporting individuals, organizations, and communities. 

Building a network of support.