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How does the Islamic State recruitment process work?

By Fran Kelly and Charlie Winter

Abstract

Overview Melbourne teenager Jake Bilardi left his suburban home in August 2014 to join Islamic State. He died last year during a suicide attack in the Iraqi city of Ramadi. He was 18. Jake was one of the youngest people ever recruited by Islamic State from a Western nation, but he was also one of tens of thousands of people Islamic State has managed to attract from as many as 86 countries. A new report out today, An integrated approach to Islamic State recruitment, investigates the Islamic State recruitment process

Topics: Terrorism, Social media
Publisher: RN Breakfast
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:apo.org.au:64079
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