Radicalization Leads To Home-Grown Terrorism

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Radicalization by definition is not political, religious, or ideological group. However, the term radicalization in its current form is most often used to describe a phenomenon that leads to home-grown terrorism. Al-Qaeda is one of the known groups that is responsible for homegrown attacks in the United States. Another group known today is called ISIS, and have the same interests of recruiting young individuals for possible attacks on our own soil. These individuals share certain commonalities, such as hobbies, religion, and specific ideologies. Terrorist organizations provide a specific ideology that caters to a very specific type of individual. Young individuals are targeted by terrorist recruiters in order to manipulate them at a young age
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