A 2003 explosion in Najaf was to the Middle East’s Sunni-Shiite war what Gavrilo Princip’s bullets were to the First World War. I was there.
If there’s a difference between ISIS and al-Qaeda, it's lost on self-styled jihadists.
Recent Iraqi victories challenge the narrative that ISIS is both an irresistible force and an immovable object.
The terrorist group's evolution from fervid fantasy to death cult
Communities face existential danger as the Islamic State marches on.