One of the most distinct phenomena of the last several decades has been the rise of militant Islam. Both regimes and organized-movements have sprung-up throughout the Middle East and beyond, with ambitious agendas and lethal actions based on modern technology and the ease of recruitment in the era of mass-communications. That said, these radical entities have suffered some set-backs as of late, with a question arising regarding Islamic terror: whether its spread has been contained, or is it regrouping to strike again.
Panel: -Jonathan Hessen, host.
-Amir Oren, analyst.
-Dr. Nir Boms – Research fellow, Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University.
-Dr. Fadi Essmaeel, Fellow at the Institute for Counter Terrorism in Herzliyah.