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International Reports, Issue 18
- A monthly publication that provides a review of international reports on terrorism.
The International Center for the Study of Radicalization (ICSR) of King’s College London published a research study conducted by subject-matter experts in extremism and terrorism, examining dozens of European offenders convicted of terrorism related offences, or direct involvement in terrorist attacks in Europe. Flooded with influx of inmates of criminal backgrounds, prions are thus portrayed as a breeding ground for extremists and terrorist groups. Against such a bitter reality, terrorist ideology now emanates through prisons. Decades before the leadership of ISIS emerged from Camp Bucca in Iraq, Egyptian Islamists, German Marxists, Irish Republicans and Basque Separatists have also depended on prisons to carry out their planning, recruitment and executive preparation.