abu bakr al baghdadi
There have been multiple reports that al-Baghdadi was either killed or seriously wounded in the years since his last appearance.
The airstrike targeted a meeting of ISIS leaders and was carried out on May 28.
al-Baghdadi called for his fighters to “turn the nights of the unbelievers into days, to wreck havoc in their land and make their blood flow as rivers.”
Although a small village at the foot of a small hill on Syria's northern plains about 9 miles from the Turkish border, Dabiq
Reports that Iraqi Baathists, Iranian elements, and others have played a role in the workings of ISIS do not appear to be in keeping with the principle of ideological purity on which the Islamic State says it is based.
The National Review’s headlines might lead one to believe that we are at war. In the common struggle against the single enemy
On May 7, Ayman al-Zawahiri, the head of al-Qaeda, released an audio recording in which he announced that he had given his permission for the al-Qaeda affiliated Syrian jihadist group, al-Nusra Front, to create "a new emirate" in Syria.
Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, also known as Haji Iman and Abu Alaa al-Afri, was a veteran jihadist with a bounty of $7 million on his head.
The U.S. Government Finally Admitted ISIS Is Committing Genocide. Yet a Complacent World Risks Repeating the Tragedy of 1994.
Now, as ISIS monsters stride through villages, crucifying Christians and burning Yazidis and erecting slave markets the likes
DOHUK, Iraq — Locked inside a room where the only furniture was a bed, the 16-year-old learned to fear the sunset, because
Assassinating Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is a "top goal," suggests a new report in The Atlantic.