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Michael Bohlander: The taking of women and girls and selling them into slavery, the way ISIS does in the name of some seriously perverted form of Islam, is an abomination that I as a non-Muslim think would have made the Prophet Muhammad weep.
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    Michael Bohlander: The taking of women and girls and selling them into slavery, the way ISIS does in the name of some seriously perverted form of Islam, is an abomination that I as a non-Muslim think would have made the Prophet Muhammad weep.
    Professor Bohlander is the founding editor-in chief of the International Criminal Law Review, the general editor of Studies in International and Comparative Criminal Law with Hart Publishing and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Criminal Law. Together with Professor Alan Reed he edits the series Substantive Issues in Criminal Law with Ashgate.
    Michael Knights: The combination of US airpower and Iraqi/Kurdish ground forces is highly effective and ISIL is suffering heavy losses and losing ground
    Jalil Roshandel: the Iraqi government has failed because it did not include the forces that it had to
    Struan Stevenson: If anyone can lead the people of Kurdistan to freedom and defeat the Islamic State, it will be President Masoud Barzani.
    Anthony Cordesman: There is a responsibility that nations have for taking care of themselves and Iraq in many ways does not have the political leadership that shows that responsibility
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    Art
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    Hostility to the Art of Coexistence: The Other is Different, not an Enemy
    Syrian situation is going to be bloodier before it gets better
    Prime Minister Barzani’s speech in the Reichstag building
    Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
    Doğu Ergil
    UNEXPECTED MISHAPS
    Michael Gunter
    The Origins of ISIS
    David Romano
    Time to Give the Abadi Government a Chance
    Ted Galen Carpenter
    Saudi Arabia: An Unsavory, Untrustworthy Member of the Anti-ISIL Coalition
    Dr. Anwar A. Abdullah (Al-Barzanji)
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    Democracy and Anti- Democracy
    Khaled Salih
    Watch Shahristani in the new Iraqi government
    Davan Yahya Khalil
    Kurdistan – a brief history
    Hemin Hawrami
    President Barzani and Kurdistan's Advancement and Success during the Past Eight Years
    Dr. Mohammed Sharif
    Culture of Hostility to Authority Social Disaster
    Professor Jamal Ameen
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Mesopotamia from the Cradle of Civilization to a Nest of Terror
    Chaim Kaufmann
    How the Whole Middle East Disappeared
    Alon Ben-Meir
    Syria: The Battleground between Sunnis and Shittes
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    Tower and Cancer
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      Tiptoeing Through Kurdistan
      Kurds and US vs ISIS
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      The Islamic State: A Break with History
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      Korean Culture Festival will be held in Erbil
      Saudi beheading of eight Bangladesh workers condemned
    Reports‌
      The Iraqi Government Still Able to Implement Agreements
      Iraq in a stage of post-federalism
      The Effects of Media in the Transitional Stages
      Violating the Iraqi Constitution Imposes Autocracy and the Return of Dictatorship
      Different Problems of Democracy Development in the Developing Countries
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