UN_General_Assembly_hallA new United Nations report is warning that the Islamic State terrorist organization has stored up enough small arms, weapons and ammunition to allow the group to continue fighting its war for as long as two more years even if the U.S.-led coalition airstrikes continue to take out ISIS’ heavy weaponry and vehicles. Although the U.S.-led coalition has used airstrikes to try and halt the militants’ advances and destroy their vehicles, weapons, and revenue sources, the report, which was prepared for the United Nations Security Council and was released on Monday, finds that future coalition airstrike efforts “cannot mitigate the effects of [ISIS’] significant volume of light weapons.” More