Kurdish Peshmerga launch offensive to liberate Sinjar

From ABC News by Benjamin Sveen and Jessica Mendes: The outskirts of Sinjar form one of the most important frontlines against Islamic State in Iraq. The city was once the heartland of the Yazidi people, but since the militants arrived, this rural hub has been a war zone. The main road that runs through Sinjar links MosulContinue reading “Kurdish Peshmerga launch offensive to liberate Sinjar”

Dwekh Nawsha: Western Christian Volunteers

Dewkh Nawsh, meaning “Self-sacrifice,” have alligned with the Kurdish Peshmurga to battle ISIS in northern Iraq. Composed of local Iraqi and Western Christian volunteers, they are the last line of defense protecting tens of thousands of Christian refugees from slaughter or enslavement.

British S.A.S. – Quad Squads

The British S.A.S. has been operating in Iraq since last summer. Their campaigns to disrupt the ISIS supply lines have been met with a good deal of success. The british newspaper, The Daily Mail, has reported on these “Quad Squads” and provided a real-life example for my book, The Book of Frank: ISIS and the Archangel Platoon. TeamContinue reading “British S.A.S. – Quad Squads”