The Heat: Global fight against ISIL

The Heat

The Heat: Global fight against ISIL

Great Britain and Germany are joining the international coalition to fight against the Islamic State in Syria.

The Heat was joined by a panel of guests to discuss the history of Islamic State.

The Heat: Global fight against ISIL pt1

The Heat: Global fight against ISIL pt1

Great Britain and Germany are joining the international coalition to fight against the Islamic State in Syria. The Heat was joined by a panel of guests to discuss the history of Islamic State. The panel also delved into Western occupation in the Middle East and diplomatic efforts to end the violence there. French president Francois Hollande lobbied for the cooperation to fight against the Islamic State, in the wake of last month’s Paris attacks which were claimed by ISIL. Will military action provoke even more violence and anti-Western sentiment around the world? The Heat was joined by: Patricia DeGennaro is a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. John Schindler is a strategist and author who spent much of his career as an intelligence analyst and counter intelligence officer for the U.S. National Security Agency. Sam Husseini is a writer, political activist and the Communications Director for the Institute for Public Accuracy.

The panel also delved into Western occupation in the Middle East and diplomatic efforts to end the violence there.

The Heat: Global fight against ISIL pt2

The Heat: Global fight against ISIL pt2

Great Britain and Germany are joining the international coalition to fight against the Islamic State in Syria. The Heat was joined by a panel of guests to discuss the history of Islamic State. The panel also delved into Western occupation in the Middle East and diplomatic efforts to end the violence there. French president Francois Hollande lobbied for the cooperation to fight against the Islamic State, in the wake of last month’s Paris attacks which were claimed by ISIL. Will military action provoke even more violence and anti-Western sentiment around the world? The Heat was joined by: Patricia DeGennaro is a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. John Schindler is a strategist and author who spent much of his career as an intelligence analyst and counter intelligence officer for the U.S. National Security Agency. Sam Husseini is a writer, political activist and the Communications Director for the Institute for Public Accuracy.

French president Francois Hollande lobbied for the cooperation to fight against the Islamic State, in the wake of last month’s Paris attacks which were claimed by ISIL.

Will military action provoke even more violence and anti-Western sentiment around the world?

The Heat was joined by:

  • Patricia DeGennaro is a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.
  • John Schindler is a strategist and author who spent much of his career as an intelligence analyst and counter intelligence officer for the U.S. National Security Agency.
  • Sam Husseini is a writer, political activist and the Communications Director for the Institute for Public Accuracy.
  • Yoshua Zafoy

    Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Libya do not exist anymore. The war will continue to spread throughout the region and reshape the region into something different than today.