A report from Raqqa, Syria, where Christians join Muslims to fight against both ISIS and Bashar al-Assad’s Baathism.
A report from Raqqa, with a Christian unit on the front lines. Expect ISIS to attack new targets, outside Syria.
The Iraqi army and allies have wrested control of Mosul from ISIS, but the city is in ruin, and Islamic terror persists.
It’s time for the U.S. to reassess its role in the U.N.’s farcical ‘Human Rights Council.’
A look behind ISIS’s recent murder of four nuns in Yemen, where America’s putative Gulf State allies share with ISIS a common enemy, Shia Islam.
Iraq and Syria, artificial political constructs, would be less violent if national boundaries in the region conformed to the cultural boundaries of its people.
A conversation with a Chaldean Catholic priest and a volunteer at a center for displaced Christians in Erbil, Iraq.
The peshmerga keeps ISIS from expanding its borders in northern Iraq. However, the peshmerga is nowhere close to being able to conduct an offensive campaign.
In April, several members of Congress met with Kurdish, Christian, and Yazidi leaders at the Kurdish Mission in Washington to discuss the political, military, and humanitarian crisis and what could ...