Obama Speech Leads to More Isis Recruits, Mainly From Turkey
U.S. Ready to Strike ISIS in Syria, Military Officials Say
Report on the Assyrian Detainees in Syria
New Urgency for an Old Idea: an Autonomous Province for Iraq's Christians
Trapped in Iraq, Christians in Limbo Have Few Options
Iraq's Heritage Faces New Wave of Destruction
Students Shaken By ISIS Death Threats Made to Nun in Sydney
ISIS Seizes 16 Kurdish Villages in North Syria
ISIS Comes to the West
The Islam Denialists
World Leaders Vow to Help Iraq Fight Islamic State Using 'All Means'
Australian Police Move Against Pending Muslim Terror Attack
Action Against Islamic State Would Prevent Genocide: NATO
Mideast Christian Leaders Want Arabs to Be At the Front Against the Islamic State
Assyrians in Iraq Face Persecution
Christians and Yazidis Still Facing Harsh Conditions in Iraq
Sydney Church Targeted By ISIS Threats
Kurds Not Ready to Recapture Mosul: Iraqi Minister
Iraq Premier Nixes US Ground Troops
Kurdish Forces on the Move Towards Mosul
Headscarf Protests Resume in Turkey
Islamic State Atrocities the Product of 'Grievances'?
Obama's Go-To 'Moderate Islamist'
One Half of Iraqi Army Incapable of Facing ISIS: Dempsey
Multiculturalism is a Failure: German Chancellor
Australian Military Advisers in Iraq Will Be Armed and Able to Return Fire
Lebanon Likely to Play Defense Role in ISIS Fight
ISIL Launches Offensive Against Kurd Region in North Syria
Iraq's Progress Overshadowed By War With Islamic State
Islamism vs. the Weak Arab Nation

Report on the Assyrian Detainees in Syria

By Assyrian Human Rights Network

Dictatorship regimes and extreme Islamic groups are to be considered the most dangerous factors threatening the existence of the ethnic, religious and intellectual minorities in the Middle East.

Trapped in Iraq, Christians in Limbo Have Few Options

By Jillian Kay Melchior

Ainkawa, Iraq -- A half-built concrete structure across from a Chaldean church has become an unlikely refuge for Iraqi Christians, displaced as the Islamic State ravages their homes. The building resembles the Tower of David, minus several dozen floors.

Iraq's Heritage Faces New Wave of Destruction

By Abdulameer al-Hamdani

According to ISIS law, archaeological sites, museums and artifacts, shrines and tombs, non-Islamic, and even non-Sunni worship places, modern statues and monuments, and libraries should not be existed and must be demolished.

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