Parliamentary report slams UK Gov for ‘enabling ISIS trafficking’ of vulnerable women & girls

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Here's what you can do following the shocking report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Trafficked Britons in Syria

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“Without a policy to defeat IS in Syria any approach in Iraq is doomed to failure.” Julien Barnes-Dacey of the European council on Foreign Relations. So, should we assume that a vibrant

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The following is an approximate translation of a statement released by Hay'at al-Shām al-Islāmiyyah, the Islamic Sham Association. It is an independent body that carries out various relief and educational work which also

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Below is a translation from summarising some guidelines that the Association of Muslim Scholars of Iraq have given to the rebels involved in liberating some northern areas of Iraq.  It is sad

The International Union of Muslim Scholars Demand Iraqi Authorities Cease Assault on Sunni Areas

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A demand to the Iraqi authorities to stop the assault on Sunni areas, calling upon all to support and provide relief to those being attacked. All praise is due to Allāh and

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When Iraq was unlocked to the storming Mongolian armies in 1258, treacherously invited by Ibn al-‘Alqami who was a minister in the court of the Caliph, al-Musta’sim, the innumerable soldiers of Hulagu