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Radicalization -- it's just a phase he's going through

All of the discussion of radicalization in the past few weeks seems to assume that it’s a one-way process.

But if it’s a process with a large personality component (and evidence suggests it is); and if it’s a phenomenon associated with adolescence and young adulthood (which are times of attitudinal change anyway); and if the data fits models of infection by disease (and they do), then it seems plausible that, for many people, radicalization is a phase they go through. 167 more words

Three Ghosts: Part Six

Three Ghosts, a contemporary Irish political thriller, continues, and there are only 3 more Mondays left to the story. And don’t worry, if you don’t like reading in serial format, come St. 1,742 more words

Fiction

7/7 London Bombings - The lies Exposed!! Nick Kollerstrom - Leeds October 2011

(I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized).

Modern History

Mohammed Emwazi felt persecuted by MI5, journalist Robert Verkaik recalls Jihadi John in 2010/2011 email correspondence ... “Sometimes i feel like im a dead man walking"

Newser: Before he was ISIS’ notorious executioner, Mohammed Emwazi was an upscale Londoner—and one who apparently felt persecuted, according to old email correspondence between Emwazi and journalist Robert Verkaik dating back to 2010 and 2011. 68 more words

War

Islamic State 'Jihadi John' identified

One of ISIS most prominent and best known individuals nicknamed ‘Jihadi John’ has been publicly identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British citizen. Originally born in Kuwait after his parents left Iraq, they eventually emigrated to the UK in 1994 where he lived in west London. 227 more words

Defence News

The bizarre public narrative of Mohammed Emwazi a.k.a. 'Jihadi John'

Londonmultimedianews.com is presenting this posting as editorial rather than news because the continuing narrative of the ‘Jihadi John’ story lacks facts, certainty, transparency and virtually anything that can be relied upon as ‘open journalism.’ 974 more words

Boris Johnson

Why Terrorism Works: Jihadi John and the Fear Premium

What’s it worth it to keep the world safe from “Jihadi John”? In theory, the vast economic resources and intelligence power of the West should make identifying, tracking and detaining a single, brutal terrorist worth the cost. 710 more words