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The Road to Radicalisation

"Hani" | Dr Anne Speckhard , Director of the International Centre for the Study of Violent Extremism | Badrul Hisham Ismail, Programme Director at IMAN Research

04-Oct-18 20:00

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Journalists Ezra Zaid and Zan Azlee ask the question - are Malaysians being radicalised and why? Are Malaysians really sympathising with extremists and why are they picking up arms and heading out to fight in the Middle-East? They speak to the usual suspects of researchers, psychologists and activists. But they manage to get to the heart of the matter with an elusive individual who sheds light on the road to being a radical.


Produced by: Ezra Zaid and Zan Azlee

Presented by: Ezra Zaid and Zan Azlee

Tags:  Evening EditionRoad to Radicalisationextremismterrorismdocumentarybestof2018Politics, News, Current AffairsCulture, History, Heritage

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