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By Channel NewsAsia Published: 08 Feb 2018 Audio: English
Are terrorist sympathizers brains fundamentally different from us ? Are more people radicalized by the internet, their family or friends ? Terrorism researcher and fellow at Artis International Nafees Hamid tells Conversation With the psychology behind radicalization.
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