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You cannot 'de-radicalise' a jihadist

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Guillaume Denoix de Saint Marc, Founder and President of the French Association for Victims of Terrorism, tells François Picard's panel on The Debate that one cannot be 'de-radicalised'.

Added on the 02/12/2019 20:48:47 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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