Kerry Human Rights. (June 25, 2015.)
The United States is deeply concerned by the June 16 conviction and sentencing by a Bahraini court of Shaikh Ali Salman, the Secretary General of the Al-Wifaq opposition political society.
ISIL has been engaged in the destruction and theft of some of the world’s most important heritage sites and antiquities, dating back thousands of years.
The fight against ISIL will be long, but if the coalition remains united, determined, and focused, it will ultimately succeed.
Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of human rights activist and internet blogger Raif Badawi.
In Iraq, the U.S.-led Global Coalition to Counter-ISIL has seen significant successes in pushing the brutal extremist group out of regions it had occupied.
Stopping the recruitment of foreign terrorist fighters is a key concern for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL.
The U.S. and its allies are making progress in the fight against foreign terrorist fighters, but more needs to be done.