This document will call that that all militants from the Islamic State group and other al-Qaida linked groups “cease all atrocities and terrorist acts.” Considering the terrorism as a threat to humanity, The United Nations’ resolution will ask the Security Council to impose sanctions on those recruiting, supporting and fighting for terrorist groups. “Widespread or systematic attacks directed against any civilian populations because of their ethnic background, religion or belief may constitute a crime against humanity”, is stipulated in the draft document. Mass executions and the killing of Iraqi soldiers are also included in the list of blamed terrorist acts. States of the world are required to prevent the financing and active or passive support for terrorist acts, warning that any involvement in financing terrorism may lead to sanctions. Not political concessions to free hostages kidnapped are recommended. The document in discussion at the United Nations urges all countries to meet their obligation under the resolution adopted immediately after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.