Integration as a means to prevent extremism and terrorism - Typology of Islamist radicalisation and recruitment

Cover of the publication ‘Integration as a means to prevent extremism and terrorism. Typology of Islamist radicalisation and recruitment’, Editor: Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz, Date of information: January 2007Zoom

When conversation in Germany turns to immigrants and integration problems, it is usually about the more than three million Muslims living here. Many of them live and work in densely populated regions or big cities. In many districts or quarters with a high percentage of immigrants, a specific infrastructure has developed that corresponds to the needs of migrants.


Contents:
  • Integration as a means to prevent extremism and terrorism. Typology of Islamist radicalisation and recruitment
  • Integration deficiencies and Islamist milieus = factors of Islamist radicalisation processes
  • Islamist radicalisation = renunciation of the host society and integration into subculture groups
  • Recruitment for the Jihad = Integration into the „community of the likeminded“
  • Successful integration = Prevention of extremism and terrorism

Editor: Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz
Date of information: January 2007

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