I wasn't arguing whether the overall conflict was morally equivalent.
I gave a list of attacks which absolutely were morally equivalent to what ISIS are doing.
The overall conflict is irrelevant in determining the moral equivalence of these individual attacks.
Earlier on, by the way, you completely dismissed any political element in the existence of ISIS or Islamist terrorism.
That betrays a dreadfully simplistic understanding of what's happening.
It also doesn't tally with the fact that many of these attackers have a very poor adherence to extreme Islam - some drink, some smoke, some follow football teams - all things which are fundamentally against the extremist ideology. The likes of Salah Abdeslam would likely have been victims of ISIS had they been living in Syria and engaging in these things.