Kenya Security Forces Grappling With Changing Face of Terrorism
It is not easy to single out a recruit or recruiter. It is even more difficult because the stereotype of your typical terrorist has moved from an individual of Arabic or Somali extraction to just about anyone. Terrorist groups are now made up of university students, young, charismatic and eloquent youths who have been brainwashed and who are ready to kill, a security consultant has said.
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Al-Shabaab fighters in Somalia (file photo).
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