Ars Technic article In the wake of ISIS’ declaration of a caliphate in Syria and Iraq, Piers Morley, who is a CNN contributor, has been looking for ways to get a closer look at the Islamic group.
And the documentary, “Piers Morgan: The New ISIS,” is that documentary.
Morley and his crew have captured a lot of footage of ISIS fighters, which includes some of the most intense combat footage of all.
It’s not the most impressive footage, but it’s also not the least impressive.
The footage in the documentary is shot in two locations, both in Iraq and Syria.
It starts with ISIS fighters who were captured during the war against the Iraqi Army.
They’re shot with the help of a camera mounted on a tripod, and they’re then put in a cage to simulate combat.
They have to make a run for it in order to escape.
Then they’re shot again, and this time they’re being held in a large room, with two people watching over them.
At one point, a man named “Kurdish leader” Mustafa is on the other side of the cage.
(Kurds are considered to be an offshoot of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units, or YPG, which is part of the Free Syrian Army.)
Mustafa, the “leader” of the YPG, is a key figure in the ISIS propaganda video.
He’s shown posing with a rifle and firing at a group of men who are about to attack him.
He gets up and walks away from the scene, but the footage shows that Mustafa does not leave until the next shot.
At the end of the video, the YPG fighters are captured and brought to a room where Mustafa’s group is holding the captured men.
He tells them that he was able to kill them because they’re not the ones who have been trying to attack his group.
In the trailer, Morley also captures footage of what appears to be a suicide bomber, or suicide bomber with explosives strapped to his body.
This video has been seen thousands of times on social media.
It appears to show a suicide attack.
It has been viewed over 200,000 times on Twitter.
The video, which has been widely shared online, is titled “Suicide Bomber” and it’s posted by the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
The ISIS-affiliated news outlet, Amaq, published an excerpt of the clip that showed the video in its entirety.
In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Morgan described how he was interested in capturing footage of these terrorists, and he wanted to find a way to get them to talk to the camera.
Morley and Morgan were able to capture some of their conversations in the interview.
They were able, Morgan said, to get some of these guys to talk.
But in the end, it wasn’t enough.
Morleys team found that some of ISIS’s fighters are not really willing to talk with the camera or with the public, even though they’ve been captured and were held in captivity.
They had this belief that they’re still alive and the only way to prove that they are alive is to give them the footage of their deaths.
The interviews with these ISIS fighters revealed that ISIS fighters do not really want to talk about their deaths because they think that it will lead to more deaths in the future.
They are convinced that they will be killed soon, Morgan told Amanpour.
That was one of the reasons why ISIS was willing to kill these people.
The video was the first time Morgan had seen the Islamic militant group in action, and it was the second time he had interviewed ISIS fighters.
Morgan was also able to get the fighters to talk more about the kind of propaganda that ISIS spreads online.
He also found that the group’s message is not only very effective, but also very effective in getting people to join the group.
Morleys team also found some interesting information about the propaganda of ISIS, which he shared with Amanpour in the video.
ISIS claims to be the most popular organization in the world, and Morley found that ISIS is more popular than some other groups.
He said that ISIS was actually more popular in Iraq than other groups, even while they were fighting the Iraqi army.
In fact, ISIS was one group that Morgan said was more popular.
He shared with his colleagues some data that showed that ISIS had an average daily audience of about 2 million people.
And that’s more than 20 percent of the population of the United States, according to Morgan.
Morgan said that in the last six months alone, ISIS has spread more than 250,000 videos.
But his team also discovered that ISIS has not only disseminated propaganda online, but is also able of sending out very convincing videos.
For example, in one video, an ISIS fighter calls for “people to join ISIS, because they are more honorable than those people that have died fighting