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While Pentagon officials boasted Friday that their airstrikes had succeeded in driving ISIS back, defense officers are complaining that not enough is known about the militant group they are fighting in Iraq and Syria.
“I think it is deplorable and there should be an apology.”
Asked whether the U.S. should be concerned about ISIS militants bringing Ebola into the country, Sen. Ron Johnson said we should do everything possible to prevent such a thing.
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Even though it was considered kind of “bleh.”
The national student body told BuzzFeed News that some people on its executive committee felt it “would unfairly demonise all Muslims”.
New photos have emerged from Kobani, which show injuries possibly resulting from a blistering agent, experts say. The images, which appear to stem from a July incident, would be the first case of ISIS using chemical weapons in battle. Warning: This post links to graphic images.
“I feel something inside me calling me to go.”
The conflict against ISIS militants is in danger of spilling into Turkey.
The extremist group’s rationale behind enslaving hundreds of Yazidi women is explained in its English-language digital magazine.
This weekend, three suicide bombings killed dozens throughout Iraq. ISIS has taken responsibility for the attack.
The Department of Homeland Security says there is no evidence that ISIS fighters have infiltrated the U.S. through the southwest border, but that hasn’t stopped the Border Patrol union boss from repeating the rumor.
The Republican lawmakers told BuzzFeed News terrorists are infiltrating the U.S. from the southern border, even as Homeland Security officials deny those claims.
Paula Kassig posted a message on Twitter to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS. She said the U.S. government had not helped in the case of her hostage son.
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It’s rare for a United Nations official to so directly call for the use of force.
“I am sorry we haven’t red-carded these hate preachers before but it will happen.”
A tip line has been set up to identify U.S. citizens who are planning to travel to join terrorist groups, as well as those who are already in the Middle East. The FBI is specifically looking for a masked individual responsible for a mass execution from the latest ISIS propaganda video.
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“You can’t keep to the false limits we’ve place on ourselves,” Michael Hayden warns.
The parents of Abdul-Rahman Kassig, an American who converted to Islam, released parts of their son’s letter written during his captivity.
Jennifer Williams is now encouraging terrorists to “try reading the Qur’an instead of Twitter”.
Indiana native Peter Kassig, who later changed his name to Abdul-Rahman, served in the Iraq war and founded an aid organization for Syrian refugees.
In the video, Alan Henning is shown saying he is being killed because of the British government’s decision to attack ISIS. An American captive was also threatened.
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Kurdish fighters say their forces clashed with ISIS militants in Kobani, a day after Turkish lawmakers authorized military incursions against the extremist group.
Eight Australian fighter jets to strike ISIS in Iraq.
The effectiveness of lobbyists in reclaiming land from ISIS remains untested.
Haider al-Abadi said he is against Arab states in the international coalition against ISIS joining airstrikes in the country.