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Riyadh (MEMO) – Daesh supporters have responded with silence and disbelief days after the death of their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, suggesting a breakdown in the command structure of the Sunni militant group trying to agree on a successor, reports Reuters. There has been no official statement or mourning on Baghdadi on Daesh official Telegram channelContinue Reading

Washington D.C. (RPI) – Trump’s opponents on both sides of the Congressional aisle don’t seem so enthusiastic about challenging the president when he actually does abuse his Constitutional authority to pursue a more aggressive policy overseas. Congress, and particularly the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives, seems determined to see the endContinue Reading

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Damascus (AHT) – On February 15, 2019, The Military Times reported that U.S. forces occupying Syria, along with some of their “allies” were holding about 1,000 ISIS fighters. With Syria becoming unified under its legitimate government, the question now is: What do we do with the terrorists? Release them? Imprison them? Send themContinue Reading

Kabul (TNA) – A large number of prisoners, all of them senior members of Daesh (also ISIS or ISIL) terrorist group, broke out of a Taliban prison in northwest Afghanistan after US troops helped them escape through a covert operation. According to Tasnim dispatches, American forces operating in Afghanistan carriedContinue Reading

Washington (TM) – “I probably spent most of my time in our first year on the job … in Ankara because most of the material coming to fuel the ISIS war machine frankly was coming across the border from Turkey to Syria,” said former US envoy to the international anti-ISIS coalition Brett McGurk,Continue Reading