Jesse Baiza Research Methods Citation 12/10/17 Dr. Kelly Justice Annotated Bibliography Hegghammer T. (2006). Terrorist Recruitment and Radicalization in Saudi Arabia. Middle East Policy 13(4) 39-60. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4967.2006.00269.x The article shows the radicalization in Saudi Arabia; it acknowledges that the fact that Saudi Arabia contributes significantly to the increasing number of militia groups. It aids in funding as well as giving out ideologies to these groups. The article shows the people of Saudi Arabia who join the militia and the primary objective of joining it. It examines this by evaluating empirical data of existing literature in about Saudi Arabia as well as making a comparison with Radicalization into Terrorism. (n.d.). Retrieved October 23 2017 from journals.sagepub.com source goes into detail how the pathway and road to terrorism entails. It goes into detail the road some of these kids go to in order to become a terrorist. This article also contains ways and how we have attempted to profile terrorist and have not been so effective due to their unpredictable ways. However new studies are showing where terrorist begin from recruitment of terrorism to its radical beliefs. To be involved in terrorism is a complicated process and it includes three processes namely being involved becoming involved as well as disengaging with terrorism. [...]
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