Is the internet a hot bed for terrorist recruiting? | IN 60 SECONDS

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Is the internet a hot bed for terrorist recruitment in Africa and the Middle East? Not as much as you’d think, explains AEI’s Jessica Trisko Darden.

ARTICLE — Jessica Trisko Darden discusses youth and terrorism

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