Muslimpress:The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant or ISIL, also known as Daesh, is a Salafi jihadist militant group that follows an Islamic fundamentalist, Wahhabi doctrine of Islam. ISIL was formed in Iraq and started its destructive operations as suicide bombs and terroristic attacks since 2014. The takfiri group has also attacked Syria and Yemen under the pretext of spreading Quran; this is while neither Muslims believe in that and nor the Holy Quran has suggested such cruelty. Base on the latest reports over 56,000 people have been killed only in Syria with 15,000 of them being simple citizens. The group has also broken almost all Human Rights rules and even has used chemical weapons besides sexual violence and slavery and Child soldiers. The revenues of the group have been mainly from the power plants and oil fields in Iraq. One US Treasury official estimated that ISIL earns US$1 million a day from the export of oil. In 2014, Dubai-based energy analysts put the combined oil revenue from ISIL's Iraqi-Syrian production as high as US$3 million per day. Other energy sales include selling electric power from captured power plants in northern Syria; some of this electricity is reportedly sold back to the Syrian government. The supporters of the group are believed to be the US, Israel, Wahhabi Saudis and Turkey. Analysts argue that after Middle East, ISIS may move to Central Asia and Africa and as the Central Asia is near Eastern Europe the group may move to EU. Now the question is that, what happens if ISIS moves toward Eastern Europe and to such countries as Poland? Poland’s revenues have increased in the recent years and made the country one the best in EU. Republic of Poland was able to get the highest GDP growth in Europe in the past few years. In 2009 Poland had the highest GDP growth in the EU - 2.6%. Having a strong domestic market, low private debt, flexible currency, and not being dependent on a single export sector, Poland is the only European economy to have avoided the late-2000s recession. The point is that, Poland’s highest revenue is from its power stations and weapon industry and if, hypothetically, ISIS attacks the country the first attack points would be these areas. If ISIS wrests the control in Poland the recession will get deeper in EU and by decrease of the income in Poland the whole GDP growth in EU will decrease to a dangerous point, worse than it is right now. The hypothesis is not too fancy as Poland's foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski has urged NATO to deploy troops to guard its eastern flank against Russian aggression, saying Russia a greater threat to international security than ISIS and calls for NATO troops to help protect its eastern border, though he may be wrong.   Hamed Abdollahi