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Islamophobia: How ISIS created and propagated this prejudice against Islam

ISIS a state unheard of and taken lightly since its formation in 1990 has now become a global concern after taking strong hold...

Syrian Conflict Update: Australia expresses regret over botched Syrian airstrikes

Australia has expressed deep regret for its part in a botched airstrike in Syria that killed scores of Syrian government soldiers and endangered...

A 2700-year-old Jewish Tomb in Al Qosh at Risk from Islamic State in Iraq

The tomb of Jewish prophet Nahum is at risk courtesy of a possible attack from ISIS The 2700-year-old sacred spot at Al Qosh...

Birth of New Terrorist Group? Al-Qaida-linked Syrian Groups Could Create their Own Islamic State

Sept 06, 2016: With the Islamic State's self-styled caliphate straddling Syria and Iraq shrinking thanks to land losses to the group's many foes, its...

Iraqi Kids growing up in the sound of explosions and sirens, find Refuge in Music

Sept 06, 2016: In Iraq and many other places in the world, children grow up to the sound of explosions and sirens too often. But...

Islamic State Fighters fleeing Iraq leave Carnage behind causing major damage to local economies

- by Kawa Omar QAYYARAH, IRAQ/WASHINGTON, September 1, 2016: As Islamic State fighters are being routed from cities and towns across Syria and Iraq, they increasingly...

Sectarian Abuses in Iraq help ensure Islamic State (IS) Survival

August 26, 2016: In its frenzy to clear Iraq of Islamic State and erase any trace of the extremists' self-declared caliphate, Baghdad is running...

Kuwait man held for funding Indian Islamic State sympathisers

An NIA officer told IANS that Abdullah Hadi Abdul Rahman Al-Enezi was arrested by Kuwait authorities for sending $1,000 to alleged IS recruit...

Militants Launch Deadly Attack on Iraqi Gas Facility, Oil Field in Kirkuk Province

Iraqi officials say militants have launched two attacks on energy facilities in northern Iraq, killing at least five people. Both assaults took place in inside...

52 IS suspects arrested in nationwide operation in Morocco

Rabat, July 28: Fifty-two people suspected of having links with the Islamic State (IS) have been arrested in a nationwide operation in Morocco, the...

UN and US officials focus on militant group’s bastion in Mosul

Defence ministers of the anti-Islamic State coalition will meet at Joint Base Andrews outside Washington on Wednesday, followed by a joint session of...

About 30,000 foreign Jihadists fight in Iraq, Syria: UN

IS Jihadist group is able to adapt much faster and more flexible than the governments fighting them IS has shown a "remarkable ability...

Baghdad Killings: Suicide Truck bombing Kills at Least 124, ISIS claims responsibility

A suicide truck bombing occurred at a busy shopping area, killing at least 119 people and wounding 170 others Pope Francis delivered a...

Humanitarian Disaster strikes Fallujah: About 60,000 people flee to escape IS-held city in Iraq

The number of people who have managed to leave the city has topped 60,000 People from Fallujah have managed to find refuge in warehouses...

Gurpinder Kaur Cheem: Voice of 39 Families who Lost Family Members to Iraq

Gurpinder Kaur Cheem has been desperately trying to get the Government's attention through various means She demands answers about her brother, and relatives...

Suicide Car Bomb blasts kill at least 22 in Baghdad

Two separate car bombings killed 22 in Baghdad Attacks were expected to subside in the Iraqi capital, which is not the case IS...

IS imposes harsh restrictions on Syria and Iraq during Ramadan

The new rules by IS have reduced working hours to two hours per day, rest of the time must be devoted to prayers ...

20,000 Children and their families feared to be trapped in Fallujah

Children face the risk of forced recruitment into the fighting and separation from their families Nearly 3,700 people, or 624 families, have managed...

IS calls for attacks on the West during Ramadan in its new audio message

Two deadly attacks have taken place recently in Kuwait and Tunisia. One can undoubtedly say that ISIS is once again is trying to capitalize...

Crisis in Iraq: Troops and Protesters Clash at Green Zone in Baghdad

Crisis in Iraq continues. Anti-government protests in Baghdad exploded into violence Friday afternoon as thousands of demonstrators defied heavily armed guards and concrete barriers...

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