MSNBC’s Dorian Warren surfaces both world unity and backlash during the few days post-terrorist attack in Paris, France.
Akshaya Kumar, Human Rights Watch Deputy UN Dir., says Paris is an idealized city - hence taking the spotlight from Beirut attacks. Gabor Rona, Int’l Legal Director for Human Rights First, calls Isis “weak”, saying they’re resorting to terrorism because they have no options.
Is Bernie Sanders onto something? Solomon Hsiang, Assoc. Prof. of Public Policy at Univ. of California, Berkeley goes in-depth on “key ingredients” between climate change and violence, specifically in Syria.
Arab-American comedian/commentator Amer Zahr considers the most recent Charlie Hebdo/Paris Attacks cover provocative- not funny. Zahr talks importance of comedy as a counter to terror saying, “We point out the absurdity of what’s happening to us; our first job is to make people laugh.”