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    Can Kenya Deradicalize Militant Muslim Youth?i
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    Lenny Ruvaga
    March 09, 2016 8:11 PM
    In Kenya, militant groups Al-Shabab and the Islamic State continue to lure young Muslims. To fight back, a local organization has launched a deradicalization program to train imams and work with the affected youth. Lenny Ruvaga has the story for VOA from Pumwani, outside the capital Nairobi.

    Can Kenya Deradicalize Militant Muslim Youth?

    Published March 09, 2016

    In Kenya, militant groups Al-Shabab and the Islamic State continue to lure young Muslims. To fight back, a local organization has launched a deradicalization program to train imams and work with the affected youth. Lenny Ruvaga has the story for VOA from Pumwani, outside the capital Nairobi.


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