youtube 3 September 2014
By VICE News
On August 8, nearly three years after the United States pulled out of Iraq, President Barack Obama ordered airstrikes to commence on Islamic State positions in northern Iraq, as the group’s fighters advanced towards the Kurdish capital of Erbil.
FrontPage Magazine 2 September 2014
So-called "Islamophobes” such as Bat Ye’or and others have been warning for years against the possible rise of a new Islamic Caliphate. They have been largely ignored and partly ridiculed for doing so.
American Thinker 2 September 2014
By Robert Klein Engler
Recently, the Hindustan Times ran an article noting that the Nalanda University has reopened after being destroyed 800 years ago. "… the new university took off with only two schools -- the school of ecology & environmental studies and the school of historical studies, seven faculty members and 15 students.”
Right Side News 2 September 2014
By Guy Milliere
Islamic State and the appeal of 72 Virgins-in-waiting: Video games, boredom and the lack of future prospects
youtube 2 September 2014
By VICE News
The lightning advances of the Islamic State across Syria and Iraq in June shocked the world. But it’s not just the group's military victories that have garnered attention — it’s also the pace with which its members have begun to carve out a viable state.