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Kansas: 22-year-old sentenced to 30 years in prison for terrorism

US born John Booker Jr. was arrested after planning to detonate a bomb at the Fort Riley military base in Manhattan.
A 22-year-old man named John Booker Jr. aka Muhammad Abdullah Hassan from Topeka, Kansas, has been jailed for 30 years for planning to detonate a car bomb at the Fort Riley military base in Manhattan,...
25 July 2017 -
J. Njoroge

Army soldier arrested for allegedly aiding ISIS: What we know so far

Ikaika Erik Kang: What we know so far about the active army ISIS supporter arrested by the FBI.
Army soldier Ikaika Erik Kang was arrested by the FBI for allegedly actively aiding ISIS. The active soldier was taken into custody in Hawaii after a year of surveillance for allegedly supporting ISIS...
11 July 2017 -
J. Flowers

ISIS Fighters shaving beards to escape Mosul undetected

As simple as it sounds, reports say it is working. Hundreds have escaped using this method.
According to the Daily Caller, ISIS Islamic terrorists are escaping Mosul by the hundreds. They have come up with a plan to escape undetected. They have found that if they simply shave their beards,...
6 July 2017 -
J. Ledbetter
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    As Iraq declares victory in Mosul, US forces kill the leader of ISIL in Afghanistan.
    Pentagon officials told reporters on Friday that earlier this week, US forces killed the leader of ISIL in Afghanistan, Abu Sayed, in a strike on the headquarters of ISIL-Khorasan, the Islamic State's...
    15 July 2017
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  • U.S. Dept. of Defense releases info on strikes conducted against ISIS

    The United States Department of Defense releases a report detailing military strikes conducted against ISIS forces in Syria and Iraq.
    As of July 16th, U.S. and coalition forces are still in the midst of an active engagement against ISIS militants in Raqqa and Mosul. The U.S. Defense department reported that on Sunday alone, 26...
    16 July 2017
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  • ISIS confirms the death of their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

    His death and the capture of Mosul by Iraqi forces might be the beginning of ISIS diminishing power.
    The death of the leader was first reported by Iraq's Al Sumaria TV channel. The channel got the information from a source from an Iraq province named Nineveh. The sources claimed that a successor...
    11 July 2017
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  • The symbolism of defeating ISIS in Mosul

    With the destruction of one of Iraq's most historic symbols of its heritage, goes a most symbolic victory of ISIS defeat in Mosul.
    The fight between U.S.-led forces in Mosul against ISIS fighters has been waged since October of last year. It was reported earlier in the year that the extremist group had finally been pinned down in...
    27 June 2017
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  • Events in Deir ez-Zor indicate continued battle against ISIS in Syria

    As the world focuses on the defeat of ISIS in Mosul and engagement in battle in Raqqa, Deir ez-Zor promises to be central to fighting ISIS in Syria.
    A Syrian news service called Deirezzor24 which collects reports from local activists reported last week that a coalition air strike targeted a prison where ISIS were holding their enemies. It's been...
    2 July 2017
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  • U.S. - led coalition forces regains control of Raqqa from ISIS

    US-backed Syrian fighters have driven ISIS out of the city of Raqqa that they had captured in 2013
    The efforts of the United States - led coalition forces has finally paid dividends. ISIS has been ousted from the city of Raqqa, which it had occupied in 2013 and treated it as a de-facto capital, and...
    1 July 2017
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  • Why ISIS isn’t going away anytime soon

    The impact ISIS has had on the world may prove to be far more widespread and enduring than originally thought.
    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, it’s nearly impossible not to have heard of the Islamist militant group ISIS. Since 2014, the extremist organization has made a name for itself across the...
    28 June 2017
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  • The Philippine army is unable to take Marawi from ISIS

    The battle for Marawi is long and arduous and the army of Duterte despite his tall talk needs the help of the USA to oust the Radical Islamic outfits
    President Duterte came to power on a populist agenda. He wanted to make the Philippines an independent nation not dependent on the USA. To achieve this, he made overtures to China and Russia and...
    28 June 2017
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  • Duterte has ordered the army to even kill armed civilians in battle against ISIS

    As Philippine army battles to to retake Marawi from ISIS, it has been ordered to shoot any civilian armed with a gun in the desperate war.
    The Philippine army is battling the Maute insurgents who have been joined by the ISIS. The insurgents had captured Marawi, a city with a population of over 200,000. The operation was executed swiftly...
    30 June 2017
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