February 26, 2014

The Journey of French Teen Jihadists

Laurent Borredon, Worldcrunch

The Associated Press

Two French teenagers, aged 15 and 16, organized their journey in just a few days, via the Internet, to set off on Jihad in Syria. Once there, they were soon disillusioned.

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