Israeli Website Claims ISIS Commander Revealed as Mossad Agent

Libyan security forces arrested a Daesh commander in the city of Benghazi — only to find out soon after that the man they had captured, Ephraim Benjamin, was also an agent of Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service. Was he working to defeat Daesh or to strengthen it?

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There has long been speculation regarding ties between the Israeli government and the terror group Daesh, otherwise known as the Islamic State. Such speculation has been fueled by Israel’s reference to Daesh as a “useful tool” and its acknowledgment that it views a Syria under complete Daesh control as preferable to the continuation of the current

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Philippine President Duterte Fears CIA Assassination, Blames U.S. for ISIS Presence

In the wake of a recent Daesh (ISIS) attack that claimed one of his country’s cities, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed concern that the U.S. may be seeking to destabilize the country, even suggesting that the U.S. could attempt to assassinate him. This comes ahead of the Philippines attempting to stray away from US influence.

  MANILA-- The Philippines has become the first nation in Asia to have one of its cities fall to the international terror group Daesh (ISIS). Clashes between militants and Filipino security forces began Monday night in the southern city of Marawi, as the government raided a home where the leader of the local branch of Daesh, Isnilon Hapilon, was

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ISIS Proliferates in Syria, Iraq Despite U.S. Bombings – Civilians Pay the Price

The U.S.-led coalition that has bombed Syria and Iraq for the last 1,000 days has failed to see positive results from its strikes. Instead, the terrorist group Daesh (ISIS) has continued to gain ground in Syria and the civilian death toll from the strikes has continued to mount.

A boy rides his bike past destroyed cars and houses in a neighborhood recently liberated by Iraqi security forces, on the western side of Mosul, Iraq, Sunday, March 19, 2017. The battle for western Mosul, including the narrow alleyways of the old city, looks to be the most devastating yet for Iraqi civilians trapped between advancing troops and increasingly desperate ISIS militants. (AP/Felipe Dana)

MINNEAPOLIS -- Today marks the 1,000th day of the U.S.-led coalition’s controversial bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq, a campaign that has become mired in controversy as the U.S. government continues to downplay the resulting civilian death toll. Originally described by former President Barack Obama as a necessary move to avert the fall of the

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After “Liberation,” U.S. To Give Control Of Raqqa To Rebels, Not Syrian Government

The Syrian city of Raqqa – the “stronghold” of terror group ISIS – will be governed by a “civilian council” with the support of U.S. troops following its “liberation” from terrorists. Their refusal to return the city to the Syrian government will only worsen the nation’s six-year-long civil war.

U.S.-backed, Kurdish-led Syria Democratic Forces raise their flag in the center of the town of Manbij after driving ISIS out of the area, in Aleppo province, Syria. (ANHA via AP)

DAMASCUS-- While the public justification for the presence of United States troops in Syria has long been focused on fighting the terror group Daesh (ISIS), the recent actions of the U.S. and its allies within Syria continue to suggest that fighting terrorism is merely a cover for a very different type of operation, one that seeks to keep Syria

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Disarming ISIS Enemies, The Folly Of US “Arms Control” In Syria

You don’t have to be an expert military strategist to know that cutting off the weapons supply of one side in a war almost always benefits the other.

A Hezbollah fighter stands on a hill next to the group's yellow flag in the fields of the Syrian town of Assal al-Ward in the mountainous region of Qalamoun, Syria. (AP/Bassem Mroue)

The terrorist organization known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh is hated across the planet. Its crimes have horrified and shocked people in Iraq, Lebanon, France, and the United States. However, no people have suffered more from its atrocities than the people of Syria. The crimes of ISIS in Syria, including torture, beheading, and other monstrous

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EU Votes To Lift Immunity For French Far-Right Firebrand Marine Le Pen

The lifting of Le Pen’s immunity does not relate to another corruption case centered on her aide at the European Parliament, who is suspected of being paid from EU money while working on her party’s behalf.

Marine Le Pen, the French far-right presidential candidate adjuts her hair as she attends a debate in Paris. The European Parliament has voted Thursday March 2, 2017 to lift Le Pen's immunity from prosecution. (AP/Francois Mori)

PARIS (REPORT) — The European Parliament voted Thursday to lift the immunity from prosecution for French far-right leader Marine Le Pen for tweeting gruesome images of Islamic State violence, a crime that carries up to three years in prison in France. The legislature voted by a broad majority in Brussels to clear the way for the possible

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