Anugrah Kumar

Christian Post Contributor

ISIS Close to Defeat in Mosul; Female Suicide Bombers Attack Troops

Days after the Iraqi troops' recapture of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul, from where Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed himself leader of the terror group three years ago, residents are preparing to celebrate an expected victory in the city. But on Monday, two women suicide bombers targeted troops in the mosque area.

'Drag Queen Story Time' Urges Kids to Embrace Transgenderism

A young gay man in Bristol, U.K., is seeking to emulate the "Drag Queen Story Hour" project that has been going on in the United States. He has launched "Drag Queen Story Time," which currently has 30 drag queens to read aloud "feminist fairytales and gender fluid novels for young children."

83 ISIS Militants Given Amnesty in Raqqa

A civil council established by Kurdish and Arab allies of the U.S.-led coalition, which is likely to control Syria's Raqqa city after it is freed from Islamic State, has pardoned 83 of the terror group's low-ranking militants with the hope to promote stability, according to reports.