Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 hours
In this interview, Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The Times, discusses where “Caliphate” failed to meet Times standards. Then, Mark Mazzetti, an investigative correspondent for The Times, details his new reporting which casts significant doubt on the claims of a central figure in “Caliphate.” Editors' Note: The Times has published an Editors’ Note concluding that episodes featuring a central character in “Caliphate” did not meet our standards for accuracy. Read the full statement.
What does the future hold for the ISIS returnee who confessed to murder? And what does he believe now?
Slavery was enmeshed in the theology of ISIS. Rukmini speaks to an ISIS detainee who challenges her to find the girl he enslaved. She does.
After three years in ISIS captivity, a young Yazidi girl returns to her family. Rukmini is there to witness it.
We found a trove of secret documents after Mosul fell. It led us to the mother of an ISIS official.
What did ISIS leave behind as their hold on Mosul crumbled?
“Something was off.” Rukmini’s doubt fuels a quest to uncover the truth.
The recruit carried out the killing. Then he questioned everything.
A new recruit proves his worth and gets invited to a secret meeting.
ISIS turns fantasy into reality for a new recruit.