While the U.S. tries to muster an international coalition to fight the Islamic State, it turns out the Islamic State is itself a very international group.
While the jihadist organization is most heavily involved in Syria and Iraq, it draws fighters from all over the world — and not just from majority-Muslim nations, either.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty put together the infographic below, drawn from CIA data, showing how many fighters different countries have contributed to the Islamic State's 30,000-strong army.
It turns out the U.K. and France are contributing more fighters than many Arab nations including Egypt, Libya and Yemen (though on a per-capita basis, Muslim Arab nations lead the world in numbers of Islamic State fighters).
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