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Selected methods of recruiting Islamic terrorists

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Recruiting an Islamic terrorist is part of an extremely complex process. So consider them in a broad context. This process, which directly precedes and prepares the basis for training with selected candidates and further radicalization of new terrorists, often takes several months or even years. During this process the newly recruited person is increasingly linked to the their new friends.
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329-335
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  • Elblag University of Humanities and Economy, Elblag, Poland
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