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Skaggs told investigators that he served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan and that he was about to be medically retired from the Marine Corps in two months. He said he had post-traumatic stress disorder and was being treated by medication. The man's attorney, Dick McNeil, told the judge "both are ...
Islam forbids terrorism. "The Quran and the Sunna provide that the crime of perpetrating terror to 'cause corruption in the land' is one of the most severe crimes in Islam ... so it is in the law of the United Kingdom." Hassan arrived in the UK as a 16-year-old refugee from Iraq just three years earlier. At the time ...

Andrew Exum, a former Army Ranger who served in Iraq in the first year of the war, wrote achingly of his dismay at its tortured beginning. He sympathized ... The two sets of questions about how to judge war are built into international and domestic law, and largely mirror how war is debated. A public debate ...
An 18-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker on Friday received a life sentence with a minimum 34-year jail term over the botched bombing of a rush-hour London Underground train that ... The judge said he believed Hassan had trained with the Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq, and that he may be older than 18.
The Iraqi, who the judge said was older than his given age of 18 but younger than 21, came to Britain illegally in 2015 and told officials he had spent three months in an IS training camp. He was a model student, winning a prize for "student of the year" at his local college, but the judge said he harboured ...

LONDON — An 18-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker was sentenced on Friday to life in prison in Britain after he was convicted of attempted murder in the botched bombing last September of a rush-hour train on the London ... The judge said he believed Mr. Hassan had trained with the Islamic State in Iraq.
Iraqi born, Ahmed Hassan, entered Britain illegally three years ago and then applied for asylum, claiming to be a 16-year orphan, who had keen kidnapped by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil). Hassan was jailed for life with a minimum of 34-years, after being convicted of attempting to murder ...

Iraq needs a large number of investigators and judges to resolve this issue,” Fadhel al-Gharwari, a member of Iraqi's parliament-appointed human rights commission, told the AP. Al-Gharwari said many legal proceedings have been delayed because the country lacks the resources to respond to the spike in ...
The court-appointed translator leaned and asked, “What should I tell the judge?” Like the other women from Turkey and Azerbaijan on trial that day, she admitted to illegally entering Iraq to live among IS militants but was not accused of any direct violence. Under Iraqi law, providing support to a terrorist ...
After a seven-month deployment in 2004 in Iraq as a squad leader and gunner, Cpl. William P. Draughon received a citation for heroic service and was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps. Several members of his squad were killed in Iraq, and when he returned stateside, the North Kansas City ...
The women confessed to marrying IS fighters or providing the group "with logistical aid or helping them carry out terrorist attacks", the judge said. Thousands of foreigners have fought and died for IS in Iraq and Syria. The Iraqi government declared its war against the group over in December. While IS has ...
Knowing what they do now, half of the public says they don't believe the U.S. should have sent troops to fight in Iraq back in 2003, according to the poll. Just 24 percent say it should have. (A Pew Research survey released Monday found opinions much closer to evenly split: 48 percent of Americans in that ...


 

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