The massive jail break of ISIS fighters, their wives, and children from Navkur prision near Qamishli, Syria plays out one of the worst nightmares facing Western national security policymakers: How do countries deal with ISIS returnees? With the potential for over 2,000 foreign fighters escaping from detention camps and the thousands more who have returned home since the end of ISIS’s control of of large swathes of Syria and Iraq, Hanif Qadir, former jihadist and Al Qaeda member, who became disillusioned with the terror organization’s merciless extremism, joins the Investigative Journal for a special episode of what governments can do when a global terror group begins to crumble.

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