Turkey to extend military campaign into northeast Syria

Turkey to extend military campaign into northeast Syria
Turkish military and Free Syrian Army take Afrin; ISIS takes over Syrian oil field, as well as small region in Damascus; Erdogan announces military campaign on remaining “terrorist” in northern Syria. An invasion of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) into the western bank of the Euphrates…

4 Things You Should Know About ISIS – But Don’t

4 Things You Should Know About ISIS – But Don’t
In 2009, when Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi walked away from a United States detention camp in Iraq, he warned his former captors: “I’ll see you guys in New York.” Just five years later, in 2014, this same man became the leader of ISIS. After Tuesday’s terror attack in New York City, the deadliest since 9/11,…

After The Caliphate

After The Caliphate
By Hal Lindsey In its heyday, ISIS conquered large swaths of territory. Al-Qaeda and other terror groups have controlled pockets of land here and there, but not like ISIS. For a couple of years, ISIS was building a country. More precisely, they were building a caliphate. In 2014, ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,…

Why We Cannot Trust the FBI

Why We Cannot Trust the FBI
The FBI is discounting ISIS’ claim that the Las Vegas attack was jihad. But is the FBI really trustworthy? The Islamic State says Steven Paddock converted six months ago. He filmed himself killing; jihadis do that and post it online. The attack was meticulously planned, as jihad attacks are, and Paddock…

A Guide To Understanding The Trump-Saudi Deal

A Guide To Understanding The Trump-Saudi Deal
Question: Why did the Saudis treat President Trump so graciously? Answer: They’re scared. Even though the Saudis are as responsible as any party for radicalizing Sunni Islam, they did so believing it would make them safe. It was an attempt to buy the extremists off, thinking they would never bite the hand…