In Mosul orphanage, ISIS groomed child soldiers

Children, aged from three to 16 and mostly Shia Muslims or minority Yazidis kidnapped during ISIS invasion to Mosul, were brainwashed and began referring to their own families as apostates after they were schooled in hard-line Sunni schools by the militant fighters.

Saudi Arabia ‘purchasing offensive weapons’

Military analysts at IHS Jane’s have revealed that Saudi Arabia and several other Western-backed Saudi-led Gulf countries are purchasing weapons suited for a more offensive military program in distant locations.

Human Rights Watch urges investigations over Saudi-airstrike on Yemeni school

An unlawful attack, on Yemeni school, reinforces the urgent need for an international investigation into alleged laws-of-war violations in Yemen, an end to arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and the return of the coalition to the United Nations secretary-general’s “list of shame” for abuses against children in armed conflict.

The United States used depleted uranium in Syria

Officials have confirmed that the U.S. military, despite vowing not to use depleted uranium weapons on the battlefield in Iraq and Syria, fired thousands of rounds of the munitions during two high-profile raids on oil trucks in ISIS-held areas in late 2015. 

Sheikh Zakzaky going blind in detention

The doctor assigned to attend to illegally detained Sheikh IbraheemZakzaky has clearly told the authorities that he could go blind if not given the proper medical attention he deserves without further delay, media reported.

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