Filmmaker Ami Horowitz told talk radio host Sean Hannity Monday that he witnessed an ISIS recruiter working a popular staging area for refugees in the Turkish coastal city of Izmir.
Horowitz, who embedded himself among a group of refugees travelling from Turkey to Greece, told Hannity his Arabic-speaking translator pointed to an individual during their time at the staging area.
“He said, ‘see that guy over there? ISIS. You see that guy over there? ISIS.'”
“What’s he doing over there?” Horowitz asked his translator.
“He’s trying to recruit people,” the translator replied.
Horowitz disputed President Obama’s claim that the majority of the refugees are women and children.
“That’s a lie,” Horowitz responded. “It’s mostly men between 15 and 50. I would say it was 80-85 percent men.”