Three siblings from Chicago ran away to become jihadis. Is it fair to try them as terrorists?
Tag: Iraq War
One man’s story.
Even ISIS’s opponents are hard men who understand terror.
What one sergeant says he saw before the alleged suicides of three detainees.
An Islamic State senior commander reveals the terror group’s origins.
A 2003 essay that foreshadows the emergence of the Islamic State a decade later – an insurgency incited by American policy in Iraq during the early days of the war.
When American and Iraqi soldiers were exposed to leftover chemical munitions from Saddam Hussein’s war against Iran, the Pentagon kept silent.
The full text of a 20,000-word ebook on the interpreters who worked alongside American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their fates once they were no longer of service.
The Interpreters is also available free on Amazon.
Published across three consecutive issues and later adapted into the book (and mini-series) Generation Kill, the story of bullets, bombs and a Marine platoon at war in Iraq.
Previously: Evan Wright on the Longform Podcast.