DSU panel to discuss ISIS, counterterrorism

DOVER — Delaware State University’s Global Societies Program will host the panel discussion “The Islamic State (ISIS) and Counterterrorism: Which Way Forward For Delaware” at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Longwood Auditorium of the Bank of America Building on campus.

The panel discussion – free and open to the public – will focus on why the issues of ISIS and counterterrorist activities should be of concern for Delawareans.

Panelists will include Detective Timothy Kerstetter of Delaware State Police Terrorism Liaison Office; Ray Holcomb, retired supervisory FBI agent for the agency’s National Counterterrorism Center; Gustavo Delgado, former U.S. Department of State senior adviser; Khalil I. Peterkin, representative of  the Islamic Center of Central Delaware; and Khalil Ahmad, president of Muslim Students Association at DSU.

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