Lately, there has been a string of terrorist attacks, with many deaths and wounded, and in many locations around-the-world. A number of them have been claimed by the Islamic State, and the one at the Ataturk Airport, in Istanbul, has been attributed to the Caliphate, as well.
Normally, we view these events on TV, including the aftermath. Expert analysts—police, military and counter-intelligence professions—often try to explain, with what is happening, or had happened. But, then the focus is often diverted to other events of the day.
Have you ever wondered what is truly going on, for the first-responders, the people who are actually working through the thick of it? Today’s Miami Herald had an wonderfully interesting story, “In the midst of madness: the Pulse nightclub paramedics”, by Audra D. S. Burch, which is linked, as follows: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article87364892.htm.
As I suggested in my last post, ISIS might just have changed its strategy, after having a sizable portion of its assets—Jihadists fighters, weapons and equipment, financial support and captured territory—decimated. The current string of terrorist attacks have been carried-out, by sacrificing a few fighters and killing or wounding much larger numbers—and creating panic among some segments of the population.
The link for that post is, as follows: https://thetruthoncommonsense.com/2016/07/03/is-the-islamic-state-changing-its-strategy-at-the-same-time-is-turkey-finally-ready-to-join-the-fight-against-the-caliphate/