Lisa went to Syria hoping to find freedom from alcohol and the “sins” that had plagued her life and to start anew deepening and following the Islam in which she found comfort. Yet she ended up repeatedly imprisoned.
This act of war may lead to exactly what Soleimani was aiming for – ousting U.S. forces from Iraq and diminishing U.S. influence there.
The United States faces growing isolation in Iraq, with politicians and security officials unsure if they want to stand up to Iranian-backed protestors on behalf of U.S. safety.
Prison can mean a separation from the group and time for reflection, or fertile recruiting ground for extremists.
Stripped of citizenship, Letts says he wants to face justice at home as he’s “going more and more crazy.”
Our NATO ally may be arming, paying for, and backing another monster — perhaps the “son of ISIS.”
Baghdadi’s importance to ISIS needs to be viewed through the lens of his organization’s birth and growth.
Up until last week, Bouchra and her sister-in-law, both formerly strong supporters of the Islamic State ideology, were imprisoned among 12,000 other women and children.
Turkey falsely labeling Kurds as terrorists, but Kurds defeated the most heinous terrorist killers yet seen to date.
The SDF has been struggling with overcrowded prisons and is now facing Turkish threat as ISIS calls for jailbreaks.