Alienation a Common Trait Among U.S. Supporters of ISIS

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The Fordham Law Center on National Security analyzed legal documents and other public information to find characteristics that make certain people susceptible to radicalization. The center reports that more than three quarters were motivated by dissatisfaction with American society and at least half expressed resentment over the oppression of Muslims worldwide. While the majority of the suspected perpetrators were United States . . .

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