November 13, 2018|Aymenn Jawad Al-TamimiMiddle East Center for Analysis and Reporting
Any attempts by Hezbollah and Iran to recruit locals in southern Syria should be seen as part of a long-term project, in which their influence becomes an indivisible part of the system in Assad’s Syria.
November 02, 2018|Jonathan SpyerJonathanspyer.com
The jihadi organization is currently stirring in outlying areas of Iraq and Syria.
October 29, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Most of the attacks were either not condemned as specifically antisemitic attacks, or their perpetrators were not found or were quietly deported.
October 28, 2018|Raymond IbrahimGatestone Institute
"If this is not genocide," said Chaldean Archbishop Habib Nafali towards the end of a recent interview, "then what is?"
October 28, 2018|Cynthia FarahatAmerican Thinker
Why would Ambassador Khalilzad and the Qataris mediate the release of one of the Taliban's most dangerous operatives?
October 27, 2018|Seth FrantzmanJerusalem Post
Iran has benefited from the chaos and instability in the region, building a crescent of influence that stretches from Tehran to Beirut.
October 24, 2018|Sam WestropThe Daily Caller
Islamist Charities Continue to Operate with Impunity. Texas-based charity Baitulmaal, for example, openly works with Hamas fronts in the Palestinian territories.
October 23, 2018|A.J. CaschettaJewish News Syndicate
His relationship with Osama bin Laden predates his days as an “embedded reporter” in Afghanistan and endured after the Soviet Union withdrew in 1989.
October 22, 2018|A.J. CaschettaThe Tower
American academics who travel to Turkey for conferences, like the one that ended earlier this week, are helping legitimize a brutal Islamist autocracy.
September 26, 2018|Aymenn Jawad Al-TamimiInternational Peace Institute: Global Observatory
New video released by the embattled terror group reveals simplified structure, hints at evolving strategy,