The lack of interfaith understanding and understanding of one’s own faith, is less explored than other causes of youth radicalisation, certainly by current scholarship, but could be a viable route to limiting youth radicalisation. A lack of knowledge of different cultures and faiths has the potential to lead to confusing the unfamiliar with the dangerous and the oppressive.
The Role of Interfaith Understanding in Combatting Youth Radicalisation
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For a young British Muslim to go off to be a jihadist butcher, or a sex-slave/jihadist bride, two things need to have happened. First they need to be radicalised and brainwashed. Then they need to be recruited to go off to Syria and Iraq. In my view, radicalisation of young minds is primarily (if not exclusively) a matter of education, which is not something our security community takes any real interest in...
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