1. How Islamic law can take on ISIS
    A Muslim scholar proposes the discussion of an alternative interpretation of Sharia that will challenge ISIS’ claims to Islamic legitimacy.
  2. Yemen officials say Saudi-led airstrikes, clashes kill some 40 Shiite rebels and allies
    SANAA, Yemen – Yemeni security officials say Saudi-led airstrikes and clashes have killed some 40 Shiite rebels and their allies over the past 24 hours.
  3. Iraq: Sniper kill 2 Shiite civilians in Tuz Khurmatu district in eastern Salahuddin
    Ahlul Bayt News Agency – A security source in Salahuddin province said on Sunday, that two Shiite civilians were killed by a sniper in central Tuz Khurmatu District in eastern Salahuddin.
  4. Is it time for Israel to revisit its relationship with the Sunni bloc?
    Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah gave yet another of his regular speeches on Nov. 14. This time, however, the timing was especially dramatic.
  5. The fight against the Islamic State should unite Muslims and the West
    Do Western nations think that Muslim lives matter less? Most of us would resist any such characterization of callousness.
  6. Anti-Shia movement launches in West Java
    A group calling itself the Anti-Shia National Alliance (Annas) on Sunday declared the establishment of 17 branches in Purwakarta regency, West Java, despite opposition from the local regent.
  7. Grand Shia scholar denounces ISIS terrorist attacks in Lebanon, France
    Ahlul Bayt News Agency – During his advanced jurisprudence class at Qom’s Grand Mosque, Grand Ayatollah Naser Makarem-Shirazi condemned the “painful” terrorist attacks which occurred this week in Beirut (Lebanon), Baghdad (Iraq), Zabul (Afghanistan) and more recently, in the French capital, Paris.
  8. ISIS terrorists execute 30 civilians in Nineveh
    A local source in Nineveh province said on Monday, that the so-called ISIS has executed 30 civilians, including media figure, in the province of Nineveh on charges of cooperation with the government.
  9. Combating terror in the wake of the Paris attacks
    Terrorists study the exploits of their fraternity and replicate successful strategies, it would appear.
  10. The Saudi Wahhabis are the real foe
    Since 2001 our policy for fighting Islamic terrorists has been, to put it politely, missing the elephant in the room, sort of like treating symptoms and completely missing the disease.