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用教育化解激进化

迪拜—只要你来到中东,就一定会注意到该地区青年的教育、企业家精神和职业志向与剥夺他们大多数人的积极为来的严酷现实之间的巨大差距。事实上,在中东,有一半的18—25岁群体处于失业或半失业状态。

全球难民危机令这一状况雪上加霜。难民危机导致3,000万儿童流离失所,光是叙利亚就有六百万,其中极少部分有望在学龄阶段返回家园。因此,毫不奇怪该地区称为达伊莎(Daesh,即伊斯兰国)的集团相信它能够在这个为数巨大的无产且不满的年轻人群体中轻松募集人手。

达伊莎宣传家滥用社交媒体,正如他们的极端主义前辈和同辈有时滥用清真寺——将它用作激进化的论坛。该集团一直在发布抹杀伊斯兰教和西方共存可能性的内容,号召年轻人加入圣战。

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