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ISIS Fires Mortar Shells Into Baghdad's Green Zone...

IRAQ - At least two mortar shells landed inside Baghdad’s heavily-fortified Green Zone on Tuesday as insurgents continued their recent wave of attacks on the Iraqi city. 214 more words

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It would appear that ISIS is not on the run --- maybe the probe in Kobane was a faint and the real push is in Baghdad?

ISIS Attack in Canada: Inspired by Online Al Qaeda Magazine?

By Ryan Mauro:

A supporter of the Islamic State terrorist group in Canada was shot dead yesterday after hitting two soldiers in Quebec with a car, killing one. 400 more words

Counter Jihad Report

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It would appear that ISIS is counter attacking us only its not in Syria or Iraq but its in North America. Is more coming?

White House to bypass Congress on Iran nuclear deal

The Obama administration will seek to avoid a vote in Congress on any nuclear deal with Iran, according to The New York Times.

“We wouldn’t seek congressional legislation in any comprehensive agreement for years,” one senior U.S.

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I sure hop this is not true --- we do not need a nuclear armed Iran in the world.

Iraq : A Portrait of War, Peace and Pilgrimage

“No cell phone? No camera? No bomb?”

A soldier asks, at one of the security checks before entering the mosque. Every city, every village, every street and street corner has its own character.

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Editor's Piece: Iran at Saudi Arabia's doors

On Friday, Sadr al-Din al Qabanji in Najaf criticised the Saudi verdict to execute the Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, one of the most influential figures amongst the minority Shia population to the east of the Kingdom. 1,668 more words


Aussies go home, Iraqi militias say. Nobody wants you in Iraq Abbott MP's Shiites or Sunnis why do you ignore them???

Baghdad: Even before a formal announcement, the deal for Australia to help Iraq battle the so-called Islamic State which now controls swaths of Iraq and Syria, drew sharp criticism from forces allied to the Baghdad government. 444 more words

Tony Abbott