Standort: fm4.ORF.at / Meldung: ""Ideology is not why they become radicalised""

Joanna Bostock

Reading between the headlines.

26. 5. 2015 - 15:22

"Ideology is not why they become radicalised"

Reality Check: de-radicalising young jihadists; Cameron's EU strategy; Russian world cup prison labour; saving the Jewish Deli.

Austria & Jihadism

A 14 year old went on trial in St. Pölten on Tuesday, accused of membership of a terrorist organisation and of planning a terrorist attack. He was found guilty on both counts and given a partially suspended prison sentence. According to reports, the teenager had been radicalised within a matter of weeks.

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An image of the accused teenager in court before the start of the trial.

We talk to Thomas Schmidinger, Professor of Political Science at the University of Vienna and co-founder of an initiative to prevent radicalisation and to de-radicalise jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq:

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UK & EU

A day after Prime Minister David Cameron invited EC President Jean-Claude Juncker for dinner, our London correspondent Olly Barratt tells us about Cameron’s strategy to press the EU for reforms:

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Russia’s World Cup plans

The authorities want to use prisoners to work in factories making building materials for World Cup 2018 construction projects. Tom Barton reports from Moscow:

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India

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi marks his first year in office, we talk to author and columnist Dinesh Sharma about what he’s achieved and what his critics say:

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Film "Deli Man"

An interview with author David Sax about the life and legacy of American Jewish delicatessens, portrayed in a new documentary to be screened in Vienna later this week:

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