Because Hollywood’s finest have gathered together with US Secretary Of State John Kerry to discuss different ways to counter the narratives that the Islamic state are releasing. Earlier this week, John Kerry met Hollywood big-wigs at Universal Studios to discuss assisting the regions threatened or afflicted by ISIS.
ISIS have used scenes of Oliver Reed in 1981’s ‘Lion Of The Desert’ as part of their latest video threatening terrorist attacks against Europe. In ‘Lion Of The Desert’ Oliver Reed stars as General Rodolfo Graziani, the leader of Italian troops that invade Libya in 1929, but are ultimately kept at bay by Anthony Quinn’s Omar Mukhtar. ISIS decided to use a clip of Reed’s Graziani to threaten Italy, as the group threatened to move across Europe until their “banner flutters” over the Italian capital of Rome.