What does each name for this terrorist group mean, and why would a person use one over another?
A look at the immoral present and future of drone warfare.
“American Sniper” highlights the disproportionate burden of war carried by combat veterans.
When Islam was at its strongest, it was also at its most open-minded.
Some facts on the ground of our national debate about Islam and violence.
Jordan Matson joined Kurdish forces three weeks ago to help end the Islamic State’s reign of terror.
There’s a crispness in the air, a fresh wind blowing, a Presence that would have us know that there is newness coming.
Why President Obama’s planned military strikes on ISIS do not fit the criteria for a Just War.
Why we need to get angry, get concerned, and take action today.
How the Islamic State used a centuries-old practice to justify ideological cleansing and violent extremism.
Revealing statistics related to today’s trending stories.
In the case of Iraq’s religious minorities, the Obama White House’s time delay has had deadly results.
A coalition of religious leaders has signed a petition urging for military force to stop the killing of religious minorities in Iraq.
A list of organizations facing funding shortfalls for their urgent work in Iraq.
Whose suffering matters to you? With whom are you willing to stand?
Christians and other minorities were given an ultimatum: Convert to Islam or face execution.
The Christians who are being driven out of Iraq are taking with them a unique theological concept that could help heal the suffering country.
For the first time in 2,000 years, there are no Christians in Mosul. What will become of other Iraqi Christians?
As clashes between ISIL insurgents and the Iraqi military continue, ISIL, in a symbolic gesture, announces a new Islamic State.