Man who worked for Brooklyn ISIS wannabe arrested in Virginia, expected to testify against former boss
From Uzbekistan and is being held on an immigration warrant.
by New York Daily News
ISIS: Christians Worse Than Murderers
ISIS is using a harsh interpretation of a verse in the Quran to justify its attacks on Christians.
by Asra Q. Nomani

In Midst of War, Ukraine Becomes Gateway for Jihad
Ukraine is now becoming an important stop-off point.
by Marcin Mamon
14 ISIL militants slain, tens injured in Iraqi army strikes
Battle against ISIS sees victory.
by PressTV

ISIL seizes strategic bridge in Iraq's Anbar
Capture of bridge linking Haditha to besieged city of Baghdadi leaves up to 20 Iraqi soldiers dead.
by Al Jazeera
​ISIS travel guide: UK police remove jihadi manual from web
ISIS remains influential on social media.
by RT

How the Military Will Fight ISIS on the Dark Web
A new report from the Chertoff Group.
by Patrick Tucker
Is Retweeting ISIS 'Material Support Of Terrorism'?
Feds “consider criminal charges” for people on social media.
by Mike Masnick


US, Iraq planning spring assault to retake Mosul from ISIS
Will require close coordination between Iraqi security forces, the US military and the Peshmerga.
by RT
'Bewildering,' 'Mystifying': Why Is the U.S. Military Detailing Its Plan to Retake Mosul?
“It’s very mystifying why this administration would reveal potential plans to retake Mosul.”
by Susan Jones

Islamic State Executions Signal Mistrust, Tensions, Power Struggles
“Fighters accused each other of treachery and eventually turned on each other.”
by Morgan Winsor
U.S., Turkey Sign Deal to Openly Arm ISIS-Linked Syrian Rebels
NATO countries to support rebels, many of whom have pledged allegiance to ISIS.
by Kit Daniels

Why the CIA Created ISIS
ISIS used as boogey man to justify involvement in Middle Eastern affairs.
by Infowars.com
Ron Paul: US didn't really want to catch Osama bin Laden
Paul argued that “it’s pretty hard to declare war against ISIS” because it’s not a government.
by Jesse Byrnes

Cheering for the Islamic State on Facebook can get you jailed in the UK
In the US material support for terrorism is banned. But in Britain, even social media posts and T-shirts can be foul play.
by Corinne Purtill
50 Shades of ISIS
ISIS now engaged in kinky sexual behavior.
by Lee Ann McAdoo