Along Syria’s Frontlines

As Palmyra is regained, frontier towns continue their fight against terrorists By Nour Samaha When Daesh militants took over the ancient city of Palmyra last May, they were able to establish a foothold in the heart of Syria, using it as a launching pad to gain territory towards the Mediterranean coast. The world watched in

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Cry, For My Son, For His Freedom

A Pakistani immigrant recounts her struggle since the arrest of her son for plotting a terrorist attack, and her husband’s subsequent detention by immigration authorities By Fatima Bhojani On August 14, 2009 he wrote: “I am trying to stay strong. Ma, today I talk to you and you were crying a lot I know you

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