June 21, 2014

Could ISIS Take Jordan Next?

Taylor Luck, The National

The Associated Press

Lost in the flurry of rambling threats to Iraq’s Shiite community during its surprise military blitz last week, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) issued an even bolder statement: a call to arms in Jordan.

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