The daughter of a Scots aid worker who was beheaded by ISIS has called for TV bosses to delay the broadcast of a controversial new drama that follows radicalised people as they travel to Syria.
Channel 4 has faced calls to postpone The State its programme, which is set to air tonight, about Islamic State from Bethany Haines, whose dad David was murdered by IS executioner Jihadi John.
Brother of murdered aid worker David Haines said his ‘fate was sealed’ as soon as he was kidnapped by IS terrorists
Bethany Haines’ dad David was kidnapped in 2013 as he helped the Syrian people and was held captive for 18 months.
Source: News Now/ Daily Record Online