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No single radicalization process when you look at at people who -- radicalized into a jihadist ideology and that act upon.
This extreme ideology.
In some cases it seems like the predominant theme that -- -- -- political anger in other cases the sense of adventure.
One prominent example of that is David Hicks the Australian.
In this particular case religious ideology looms large as so that -- people right now are focusing on.
As a probable causal factor and certainly at information that's come out so far.
Resonates with other cases in both the Carlos -- case or the ability in the -- the -- case which -- mentioned -- Nadal Hasan case when you look at their radicalization.
Being radicalized into this ideology.
Was quite important to them both of them talked about acting upon a sense of duty.
When they carried it out.
You as to what lures people it in the first place -- that's something that that will differ.
From what instance the next initially investigators -- saying they thought these guys -- radicalized.
By the Internet but recently you have more reporting from the Associated Press indicating that a Boston area convert kind of -- -- -- mysterious figure.
May have been important in radicalized in the older brother -- -- we'll know more about this but do you based upon.
Cameron and very radical statements that actually I've got him and he essentially kicked out of the Cambridge mosque.
And -- the testimony.
People who knew him as seeing him become more of digits and more extreme in his views.
As well as you know the these statement.
Of the younger brother.
That just came out as saying that that -- acted based upon extremist ideology the data points are starting to fall into place suggesting that in this case.
-- could -- ideology of a particular interpretation of -- Islamic faith -- quite large in what we should look at.
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