The dividing line of terrorism runs through the global Islamic State movement -- not around it. A must-read Crikey essay.
Perhaps you have not noticed, but there is already a war on. And there will be more.
A Twitter account counteracting the lies propagated by Islamic State sounds useful -- except the tweets are gobbledygook. Freelance journalist Jason Murphy explains.
Will we help Syria's gay refugees? ... charities commisison safe, for now ... pizza on the menu ...
The bluster of stuffy ministers was all the cameras showed. What you may have missed was the diligent, entrepreneurial work of savvy hackers.
Jordan shares land borders with Syria and Iraq and is struggling to deal with the war. But things might get even worse if the Islamic State decides to try to expand its caliphate, writes freelance journalist Tim Robertson.
Daesh supporters post gruesome photographs on social media to spread propaganda. And the Western media have been very willing to help out with that.
What ever would those employed by the counter-terrorism industry do if peace were to break out for good?
IS' barbarism has shocked the world. But its most horrific crime has been the destruction of our common heritage. And the almighty dollar has done that even more effectively.