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The Iliad and the Islamic State
Espanhóis do Daesh apelam a ataque na Península Ibérica
Two days after Iraqi forces launched a new push against Islamic State in Mosul, bomb blasts ripped through a marketplace in central Baghdad - the start of a spate of attacks that appear to signal a shift in tactics by the Islamist group.
Late last year, Iraqi army intelligence issued a security warning for southern Salahadin, which it had recently recaptured: an Islamic State (ISIS) insurgent group threatened to kill Shiite pilgrims who were on their way to holy sites in Samara. Although the Iraqi military had made remarkable progress reinstating control over Anbar, Northern Diyala, and Salahadin, the news was sobering.
“Only when Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria fall, can we begin to talk about the beginning of the end of the physical territorial state. We already have plenty of evidence, that ISIS’ l…
(By Terri Murray) The Fall and Rise of Blasphemy Law reveals just how precarious the right to free expression had already become by 2015, and charts exactly how it came to pass that our once robust right to satirise religion is now on the brink of collapse in Europe..
Opinião - Porque é que o conflito entre sunitas e xiitas é central na Síria?
Graeme Wood’s new book, "The Way of the Strangers," asks whether the murderous group is truly Islamic.