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It's been a year since Nicola Benyahia received the news about her son's death. Rasheed, a 19-year-old engineering apprentice from Birmingham, had left Britain and travelled to Syria to join the self-styled Islamic State group - a journey from which he never returned. But what made him go, and how can other young Muslims be dissuaded from following him? "We call what happened to Rasheed radicalisation, but it is very similar to grooming," says Nicola. "His softer nature and that vulnerability was manipulated on the back of an idea: 'This is the caliphate and if you don't do... read more

 
27 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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