Terrorist recruitment has cruel impact on families

Extremist groups see great advantage in seeking out members' relatives for recruitment. For the families involved, the result can be social stigma and trouble with the law.

By Zahara Tiba for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

November 20, 2012


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