During a CNN special, Obama claimed the growth of ISIS was “not on his intelligence radar.”
Despite opposition from the Iraqi central government, the Kurds have managed to increase their sale in oil revenues by 60% and assert their economic independence.
Commentary By Adina Kutnicki
ISIS terrorists continue their siege of Kobane, Syria.
Karwan Zebari weighs in on the crisis
by Rachel Avraham
ISIS has killed more Muslims than Westerners. Even though the Western
retired major general in the U.S. Army and founder of Stand Up America, Paul E. Vallely,
Kurds in Syria say US not doing enough to fight ISIS
Dr. Sherkoh Abbas ,President of the Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria
Most see nothing but bad choices in Syria; Kissinger sees the way out
By Lawrence Solomon, Financial Post
By Pinhas Inbari
The importance of today’s Friends of Syria conference in Istanbul is that this is taking place at a stage when almost
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – In the southern parts of Iranian Kurdistan, nationalist sentiments are on the rise.