Wednesday, 23 December 2015 18:48

Defeating the Islamic State

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How can we protect against sleeper cells? What are they ways we could nix their communication? Is it possible to halt all communication between these terror groups?
 
 The barbarism of the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino mark a new low in terror. The attacks were not directed against national symbols or government targets, but designed simply to kill innocent men, women and children. The murderers did not even bother to issue demands. 
 
 In the wake of the attacks, people rightly ask, what could France have done better? What could the United States have done better? And people are offering up various solutions regarding borders, visas, police procedures and the battle against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Would this really have prevented these kind of attacks?
 

Colonel Gillem, US Army (Retired)

After graduating from West Point, Colonel Gillem served 22 years in the Army, first as an Airborne Ranger with two combat tours, for which he was awarded two purple hearts and seven awards for Valor. Colonel Gillem also served as a Mideast War Planner while serving at US Readiness Command.

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