France's prime minister has unveiled a rehabilitation program
for deradicalizing terrorists. But there are still many valid questions abound:
Under Valls's plan, the government will establish rehabilitation centres for victims of radicalisation in each of the country’s regions by the end of 2017.
“The first centre with long-term housing for individuals who have been radicalized … will open this summer,” Valls said. “The first occupants may be people who have repented, who have already proven to us their sincere desire to be rehabilitated in the long term.”
The plan will also double the number of resources available to those who seek support against radicalisation from the state, of which there are currently 1,600 young people and 800 families in France.
What I believe matters is whether there'll be psychiatric and psychological therapy involved, because how else are jihadists to be turned around? Better still, will they have the guts to talk the subjects out of bad religions? If they won't do it, then they've perpetuated failure. And only families of converts to Islam should have access to specific resources.
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