Radicals rehab: Calais man is first to enter France’s hardline anti-radicalisation centre

Radicals rehab: Calais man is first to enter France’s hardline anti-radicalisation centre
 

The 23-year-old man alcoholic, robber, and mental health patient from Calais, named only as ‘I’ will live in the centre in central France’s Beaumont-en-Véron for the next 10 months.
The innovative and direct programme will see the man followed by a team of experts, including fitness coaches and psychologists, in a bid to strip him of his radical religious beliefs. 
The anti-Jihad centre, a government-run project which aims to prevent those on the road to radicalisation from becoming hardline extremists, sparked outrage after locals claimed the youths’ presence would turn the town into... read more

 
29 September 2016 in World News, Views: 35
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