If the West wants to reduce the possibility of further terrorist attacks, it needs to address the root causes of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
These root causes are the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the Wahhabization of Sunni Islam, which in turn resulted in the rise of global radical Islamism, Professor Chomsky explained.
Thus, before jumping in and bombing Daesh in the Middle East, the West needs to ask first and foremost why it occured.
"If you want to end it, the first question you ask is: why did it take place? What were the immediate causes and what were the deeper roots? And then you try to address those," Professor Chomsky stated in an interview with acTVism Munich, an independent and non-profit global online media network.
Otherwise, the simple bombing strategy will do nothing but increase the likelihood of more terrorist attacks.
A series of suicide bombings and shootings shook Paris on November 13. Several extremists launched coordinated attacks across the city, killing some 130 people and injuring over 360 at several locations, including restaurants, the Bataclan concert hall and in the vicinity of the Stade de France stadium.
Daesh, a terrorist organization outlawed in Russia and many other countries, claimed responsibility for the attacks.