Hillary Rodham Clinton says the U.S. must lead the fight between "fear and resolve" after the deadly terror attacks in Paris.

The Democratic presidential front-runner says, "Our goal is not to deter or contain ISIS, but to defeat and destroy ISIS."

Clinton is laying out her plan to fight the Islamic State in a speech Thursday in New York.

She says the U.S. and its allies must expand the air campaign to conduct a greater number of strikes on Islamic militants.

But she says American should not put regular U.S. forces on the ground. Instead, she says, the U.S. should find ways to encourage efforts of Arab nations in the region to destroy Islamic State fighters.

She says, "We must get them to carry their share of the burden."