Asaad Alsaleh is an Associate Professor at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global & International Studies. He holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies. His main interest is in narratives demonstrating the intersection of Arabic literature and political culture, which resulted in the publication of his book, “Voices of the Arab Spring: Personal Stories from the Arab Revolutions,” (Columbia University Press, 2015). His current research focuses on ISIS ideology.
Executive Summary Though ISIS lost the territory it called its caliphate, another issue has lingered: the fate of ISIS-affiliated children.