ISIS Leader, Al-Baghdadi Dead – U.S. Dog, Alive and Well

Philip C. Johnson, Ph.D. October 30, 2019 http://www.globalnext.org On October 26th, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the world’s most-wanted terrorist finished his time on earth. Thankfully. According to reports, with the help of an ISIS informant, the Kurdish-led SDF and the skill of U.S. special forces, the leader of ISIS was tracked down in his hideout in … Continue reading ISIS Leader, Al-Baghdadi Dead – U.S. Dog, Alive and Well

A Lingering September 2015: A Middle East View of Where the World is Headed

September 25, 2015 As the month of September drags on, people are still waiting for a number of apocalyptic episodes to take place. Personally, I’ve been waiting to see if I should pay my mortgage for October or not, while waiting for Palestine to become a state, looking  for blood moons to appear and watching … Continue reading A Lingering September 2015: A Middle East View of Where the World is Headed

The ISIS Threat: As Viewed from Neighboring Lebanon

October 9, 2014 Regardless as to the US-led airstrikes which began several weeks ago, ISIS remains on the march. As I write this, the strategic town of Kobani, on Syria’s border with Turkey, is under siege. It seems likely now that Kobani will fall to ISIS - and Turkey seems to sit on the border with … Continue reading The ISIS Threat: As Viewed from Neighboring Lebanon