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Jihadist Disengagement from Violence: Understanding Contributing Factors


Jihadist Disengagement from Violence: Understanding Contributing Factors

Abstract: 

Members of Indonesian jihadist groups are disengaging from violence. Understanding the factors that facilitate disengagement can enable governments and NGOs working in the field of terrorist rehabilitation to tailor programmes accordingly.

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Hwang, Julie Chernov. 2016. "Jihadist Disengagement from Violence: Understanding Contributing Factors." RSIS Commentary (June): 1-3. https://www.rsis.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/CO16139.pdf

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