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International case studies of terrorist rehabilitation
Éditeur Routledge
Année 2018
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International case studies of terrorist rehabilitation
1 vol. (xvi-218 pages) ; 24 cm
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Countering violent extremism
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Countering violent extremism : what can Pakistan learn from Singapore's experience? / Abdul Basit ; Denmark's deradicalisation programme / Ahmad Saiful Rijal bin Hassan ; Deradicalisation initiatives in Saudi Arabia / Marcin Styzynski ; Militant revisionism in Egypt : the case of al-Gamaa al-Islamiyya and al-Jihad al-Islami / Mohamed bin Ali ; Iraq : a challenging terrorist rehabilitation experience / Sabariah Hussin ; Managing recidivism : a vision for terrorist rehabilitation in Bangladesh / Iftekharul Bashar ; A model of deradicalisation in Malaysia / Mohd Mizan Aslam ; Nigeria's past and present efforts at rehabilitation and reintegration / Chidinma Jennifer Ogbogu ; Rehabilitation of terrorist and extremist : an overview of Uzbekistan's experience / Nodirbek Soliev ; Sri Lanka's rehabilitation programme and beyond / Malkanthi Hettiarachchi ; The process of change in the rehabilitation of violent extremists : the Singapore experience / Hu Weiying ; The status of Germay's rehabilitation and deradicalisation programmes / Inga K. Trauthig ; Winning the hearts of the people : terrorist rehabilitation in China / Zunyou Zhou
"The post 9/11 era has produced structured rehabilitation programs in a wide range of countries including Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Pakistan, Malaysia, Egypt, Iraq, and Uzbekistan. There are also ad hoc and emerging programs in Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom and Nepal. Due to the threat from global Islamist terrorist groups, including Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS), the focus has tended to be on Islamist groups. However, Sri Lanka also has a multi-faceted rehabilitation program that was created after the ethno-nationalist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) group was defeated in 2009, which can teach us some valuable lessons. This book consists of a series of case studies of different terrorist rehabilitation initiatives that have been attempted around the world. Each initiative is critically analysed to develop a sound understanding of the significance of different approaches and strategies of terrorist rehabilitation in helping potential terrorists integrate back into society. Sharing and examining case studies, both by practitioners and scholars, this book provides vital tools to address the challenges faced by practitioners of terrorist rehabilitation programs" (ed.)
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