The terror group ISIS, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, is committing atrocities in Iraq. Comprising mostly Sunni Muslims, ISIS claims to have killed at least 1,700 Shiites since launching their offensive in Iraq.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki blames Saudi Arabia and Qatar for providing ISIS militants with money and weapons.
Joint Chiefs chairman: Iraq has asked for U.S. air power to counter militants
ISIS is one of many groups loyal to the cause of Islamic extremism that are growing in influence. They are growing because someone is paying the bills.
CNN’s Erin Burnett investigates whether Qatar, a key American ally, is a haven for terror funding. Burnett reports from Doha, where she talks to a man using social media to raise money for weapons for Islamic Extremists.