U.S. Forces Help Push Back the Islamic State in Iraq

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

The American military presence in Iraq has been busy helping to unify and amplify forces against the Islamic State in Iraq. Successful runs have prevented a massacre of tens of thousands of Yazidi on Mount Sinjar, the Kurdish capital city Irbil from falling to siege and retaking the Mosul Dam from Islamic State control.

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The World Is A Prairie Fire

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Our enemies are more than just international terrorists. As of now, the American military can expect an Eastern European hot zone, multiple hot zones throughout Africa, multiple hot zones across Central Asia and a potential hot zone in the Pacific to increase the threat to America and the civilized world.

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Protesters, Police Clash in Pakistan

By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security

A two week old sit-in outside Pakistani PM Sharif’s Islamabad residence escalated as police launched tear gas at the protesters. Protesters began pelting police with rocks, however it is not known which side caused the escalation. Some estimates claim that around 100 demonstrates have been arrested with another 264 hospitalized.

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