Following the ISIS terror attack on Ataturk Airport in Turkey, with 42 dead and more than 230 injured, another followed in a Dhaka, Bangladesh restaurant in the past 24 hours, with 20 hostages killed. All the attackers in the deadly assault on a cafe in Dhaka were Bangladeshi citizens, and five of them were militants that police had tried to arrest previously. Does this raise concern that ISIS’ message is breaking into the mindsets of other terrorist organizations?
What is there to do to bring ISIS down completely? Should media stop providing free advertising for ISIS by not broadcasting specific details? The video showing the one Ataturk suicide killer being shot by a Turkish security officer, only to be seen reaching for the trigger device on his suicide vest, does this help to promote or dissuade other followers from joining.
Roy Green, host of the Roy Green Show, spoke with Lt. Col. Steve Day, Former Commander of Canada’s counter terrorism unit JTF2, about the steps that could be taken to take down ISIS, and about how we move forward.