Those who are talking about fast-track radicalisation don’t have a clue | Die Welt

In this guest contribution for Die Welt, Ahmad Mansour talks about the terrorist attack which occurred on a train in Würzburg in July 2016. There is no such thing as ‘fast-track’ radicalisation, Mansour argues. The will to commit a terror attack does not simply manifest from one day to another. Radicalisation is a process that is facilitated by certain mindsets which are often deeply rooted in religious beliefs, such as believing that life is merely a trial for the afterlife.

The article is in German and can be read here.