In a new photo released by the Islamic State, ISIS religious police in the occupied city of Mosul, Iraq are shown crucifying at least 2 men on charges of smuggling cigarettes.
UAE foreign minister Abdullah bin Zayed said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s travel ban on 7 majority Muslim countries was an “internal affair” and not directed at any religion.
In new photos from the crisis in Iraq, Shia militias under the Popular Mobilization Units, aka Al-Hashd Al-Sha’abi, train near the Iraqi city of Basra. Meanwhile, Iraqi victims of Trump’s “Muslim ban” are documented.
Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, has been accused of killing six people in a “barbaric” terror attack on a Quebec City mosque.
Protests have spread over President Donald Trump’s travel ban on Muslim majority countries. The protests continued to social media, where memes have compared the new restrictions to Nazi fascism.
Islamic State terrorist channels have begun to circulate a meme urging Muslims everywhere to ignore New Year’s Eve 2016 because celebrating it is “practicing idolatry.”
Iraqi forces in east Mosul happened upon the Islamic holy book rigged with explosives in Iraq.
Yasmin Seweid, a Muslim teenager from New York, is accused of making up a subway verbal attack by Donald Trump supporters she claimed pulled her hijab. Police say she made it up.
A viral video on Twitter shows a naked child, stated to be of the Burma Rohingya Muslim minority group, being repeatedly tasered by an alleged Buddhist Burmese soldier. Burma is also known as Myanmar.
A new Malay language video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Incite the Believers to the Fight 2” features the footage of the Secret Service rushing President-Elect Donald Trump off a Reno, Nevada rally stage.
In a newly English subtitled video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Clash of the Parties,” ISIS religious police dole out public floggings and executions in the Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.
A video shared on Twitter shows Islamic State militants fleeing for their lives from the once occupied Tal-Afar airport as the Shiite PMU Al-Hashd al-Shaabi attack.
As the coalition pushes further into Mosul, stories have emerged from Iraqi Christians about how they survived jail and forced “conversions” to Islam by the Islamic State.
In a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “O our people, respond to the Messenger of Allah,” ISIS discusses the history of the Kurdish people and Islam.