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In Belgian district, many feel a dead end fuels militancy
by Hamza Hendawi
The Associated Press Translate This Article
20 December 2015
On 20 December 2015 The Associated Press reported:
Brahim Abdeslam seemed no different from his peers in Molenbeek, one of Belgium's poorest districts, where drug use is rife and many of the young men are unemployed. One November evening, he passed the time smoking pot in a parked car with two of his friends. But the next day, Abdeslam drove to Paris, and on November 13 he blew himself up outside a cafe on Boulevard Voltaire, part of the wave of attacks claimed by the Islamic State group that killed 130 people. The Molenbeek district of Brussels was home to a core number of the participants in the Paris attacks. Home to generations of immigrants and Belgians of North African descent, Molenbeek feels like a dead end for many of its youth, residents say. With few opportunities, they feel neglected by authorities and rejected by the rest of Belgian society -- giving an opening for radicals to seek recruits.
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