Jordanian pilot burned alive by ISIS

Terry Moore

In the wake of the killing of Jordanian pilot Lt. Moaz Kasasbeh at the hands of ISIS, Prof. Kenneth Christie discusses how the terrorist group has become a "death cult." 

"This is terrorism as spectacle," Christie says of the death of Kasasbeh, who was burned alive, and the release of a video of the murder. "This is meant to send some sort of message. And if the message of terrorism is to create fear and chaos, this just creates more fear and chaos. It really drives up the level of barbarity."

The interview also covers the continued threat of jihadi fighters returning to their countries of origin.

Listen to the full interview at 5:30.