10 July 2014 Last updated at 11:38

Isis rebels in Raqqa, Syria'Jihadistan'

The BBC's Frank Gardner asks whether Isis - the small but fanatical jihadist army - can rule the large tracts of Syria and Iraq it has conquered.

Sheikh Ahmed al-Dabbash (left), founder of the Islamic Army of IraqKey players

Iraq's insurgency has been spearheaded by Isis, but it is only one of several Sunni groups involved, says Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi.

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