It takes a nation to protect the nation
I have been saying for some time that suicide bombers are not invulnerable. Yes, their own bodies are, effectively invulnerable, since they don't mind dying, but they still have connections - to their own family, their own mosque, and even their own tribe/clan, in some countries. You can argue that medieval problems like beheading, sex slavery, child execution, even forcing mothers to eat their own children - warrant medieval solutions. One of those solutions was the concept of collective guilt. Therefore, unless the family and mosque could show that they had completely rejected and disowned the suicide bomber long before his final act, they too would be held accountable, stripped of assets, and punished. His mosque, if implicated, would be leveled to the ground. Then, the suicide bomber, far from being feted as a hero by his family and friends, would instead be cursed for all living memory. The first step to that end, the step that I would have taken in Iraq and possibly Afghanistan, would have been a comprehensive DNA and fingerprint database of every citizen in the country.
It seems that Kuwait is now catching up with this idea. Let's see what their next steps are. They already know what its like to be tortured to death, as they had that from Saddam's cronies after he took over the country. The royal palace was used as a torture chamber. Afterwards, the Emir took one look inside then abandoned it and built a new palace away from that cursed place. I think the Kuwaitis, with the benefit of the hindsight of their history, are applying Game Theory and arriving at the inevitable conclusions. I wonder if the dumb kuffar cattle will do that before they are overwhelmed and it is too late?
Kuwait imposes mandatory dragnet DNA testing after mosque bombing
The Blackwater founder has a clear cut plan for crushing ISIS. So don't expect to see him interviewed by the MC-BBC any day soon. They'll probably ask for Sadiq Khan's 'expert' opinion instead.