Radical Extremism

  Posted on: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Is Internet Recruitment Enough to Seduce a Vulnerable Individual into Terrorism?
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Is Internet recruitment alone strong enough to recruit an individual into a terrorist group, much less to incite him or her to travel across continents to join, as in the case of the 40,000 or so foreign terrorist fighters and their family members [FTFs] who traveled to ultimately join the ISIS Caliphate in Syria and Iraq? Most experts, until now, would likely answer no, stating that some face-to-face element is necessary to seal the deal.



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