Detained ISIS 'treasure Trove': This is what we did to the antiquities of Iraq and Syria

Who does not remember how the Islamic State (IS or ISIS) has destroyed the antiquities of Mosul and other Iraqi cities years ago, the scene and videos that were filmed at the time are still gripping the hearts of all Iraqis.


However, the "Treasure Trove" of information that fell into the hands of the Iraqi security, according to what the intelligence service announced last week, revealed many secrets about the terrorist organization that terrorized millions.


One of the most important leaders of ISIS in Iraq, called (Taha Abdul Rahim Abdullah Bakr Al-Ghassani), nicknamed "Abdul Nasser Al-Qardash", revealed many facts about the terrorist organization.


The owner of the idea of ​​uniting Iraq and Syria under the banner of ...
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Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris

Thursday, Kurds saluted the seventh anniversary of the assassination of 3 Kurdish women activists in France.


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Quarantined citizen in Sulaymaniyah: services provided are impossible for major countries

One of the citizens inside a quarantine center in the city of Sulaymaniyah said that what the medical and administrative staff provide is not possible for major countries to provide, and that the q...

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America’s Opportunity in the Middle East

U.S. foreign policy hands are rightly grappling with how engaged the United States should be in the Middle East. Thought-provoking essays by Martin Indyk (in The Wall Street Journal) and Mara Karli...

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