President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, traveled with the top U.S. general to an Iraqi base just over 10 miles (16 km) from Mosul on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, flew into Iraq on Monday with the top U.S. military officer to get a first-hand assessment of the battle against Islamic State from U.S. commanders on the ground and to meet Iraqi officials.
(JTA) — Yazidi leader Vian Dakhil was given an exception from the State Department from the Trump administration’s travel ban and will be allowed to travel to the United States to receive a prize named for Tom Lantos, the only Holocaust survivor to serve in Congress. Dakhil, a member of the Iraqi parliament who has led…
I also won’t change the name of my band, ‘Iraqis in Pajamas.’
Howard Stern never expected he’d figure into an American presidential race.
A Canadian businessman claims to have rescued 128 Yazidi women and girls from Islamic State. But critics say that by buying them back, Steve Maman may be inadvertently bankrolling terrorism.
When it comes to Islamic State, the only way to preserve antiquities is to destroy their destroyers, says an expert in charge of recovering the remnants of Iraq’s ancient cultures.
Emma Sky has witnessed the destruction of Iraqi communities firsthand. With ISIS sweeping through the country, she asks what the government will do to keep other minorities from joining its Jews in permanent exile.
Seth J. Frantzman was apprehensive about jetting into Kurdish Iraq, surrounded by ISIS and other hostile forces. He found surprisingly strong backing for Israel — and a lasting bond to the Jewish people.
The Iraqi site believed to be the burial place of the biblical prophet Nahum is in danger of being destroyed by the Islamic State, or ISIS.