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The U.S.-led coalition of countries involved in airstrikes against ISIS will never bomb the jihadi group out of existence, a Nobel peace prize winner warned Friday.Shirin Ebadi was one of Iran's first female judges. In an interview with AFP, Ebadi said the experience of Afghanistan demonstrated that the U.S.-led campaign aimed at ousting ISIS from the areas of Iraq and Syria it now controls would not solve anything.Ebadi, in Rome for a conference of Nobel winners, also added her name to those who argue that the West must accept some responsibility for a problem it is now confronting on multiple fronts: Iran's alleged development of nuclear weapons, ISIS, Boko Haram in Nigeria, chaos in Libya and terror attacks on the streets of western cities.According to Ebadi, there is a simple explanation: "All the power remains with the supreme leader Ayatollah [Ali] Khamenei.
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