Shamima Begum: Girls more likely than boys to self-radicalise online claims study

By Claire Anderson

Evidence found that boys tended to join ISIS under the influence of family members, according to the Henry Jackson Society. Whereas, girls were more likely to have sought out extremist material on their own. Ms Begum was likely to be self-radicalised after watching videos of fighters beheading hostages online as well as showing ISIS life.

 

 

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