ISIS

ISIS

An Interview with Two Recently Captured ISIS Prisoners

The world wants to wash its hands of the people who have escaped the Islamic State.
Matt Broomfield
2 days ago
Dhaka attack

He Survived a Massacre of 20 People, Only To Be Blamed For It

University of Toronto student Tahmid Hasib Khan helped save people in the 2016 Dhaka cafe massacre. He's telling his story for the first time.
Tamara Khandaker
2.7.19
News

An Interview with Abu Huzaifa, Canadian ISIS Fighter

“I guess the title of having been a Mujahideen,” said Abu Huzaifa al-Kanadi, the infamous ISIS fighter at the center of the “Caliphate” podcast, “it's just not something you want to give up so easily.”
Ben Makuch
1.18.19
News

Leaked Documents Show How Instagram Polices Stories

Motherboard has obtained internal documents that show how Instagram moderators grapple to police the service's popular Stories feature.
Joseph Cox
1.3.19
News

Indonesia's Spy Agency Warns of Radicalism Spreading In Mosques Popular With Government Workers

We spoke with a man accused of radicalism more than once to see if it's true.
Adi Renaldi
12.6.18
News

Cleo Malaysia’s 'Most Eligible Bachelor 2010' Died Fighting for ISIS

The former model had dreams of being a television host. Instead, he became an Islamic extremist.
Gavin Butler
11.20.18
terrorism

Are Indonesian Universities Really a Breeding Ground For Terrorism?

The BNPT thinks so, but experts aren't so convinced.
Adi Renaldi
9.6.18
Art

Where Do ISIS-Looted Antiquities Go?

Probably someone’s basement. For a long time.
Kathleen Caulderwood
9.1.18
PROHIBITION

How Football Survives on Islamic State’s Turf

Football is effectively banned in areas controlled by the Islamic State group. Nevertheless, the sport survives among defiant locals – and even some foreign jihadis.
Quentin Müller
8.21.18
terrorism

Indonesia is Arresting More Terrorists Than Ever Before, and That's Creating a Huge Problem

Over-crowded prisons are about to get even more packed.
Adi Renaldi
8.20.18
terrorism

What to Do About Indonesia's Forgotten Women and Children of ISIS

More than 200 women and children moved to the Islamic State. Only half of them returned.
Adi Renaldi
8.3.18
terrorism

Is This the End of JAD, Indonesia's Largest ISIS-Linked Terrorist Group?

The courts recently blacklisted Jamaah Ansharut Daulah, the terrorist group behind the shockingly brutal attacks in Surabaya. But does a ban on a group with tactics like these even mean anything?
Adi Renaldi
8.1.18
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