You want to stop ISIS? Fix the Middle-East's economy. Give people stable, productive jobs.
Good plan. Any suggestions on how to navigate around the massive corruption in most of these countries that funnels money to the elite and powerful? Or how to enforce rule of law that would convince new business investment in the region, without having to pay bribes so that your company isn't suddenly put out of business when it starts to compete against the "wrong" people? There are too many kings, sheiks and dictators (and their supporters and sycophants - that includes the West, by the way) in that part of the world for meaningful change to happen. Egypt had as close to a real election as they've ever had, putting the Muslim Brotherhood in power, and the military decided that little experiment was a failure and arrested the elected president. A job is not on the top of your priority list when the police can make you disappear into a prison where you are denied justice and tortured.