Understanding Extremism in Northern Mozambique

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  1. 375 Ruger Fan

    375 Ruger Fan AH ENABLER GOLD SUPPORTER AH Legend

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    I think this is a webcast that anyone can log into. I believe the times listed are US eastern time.

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    https://www.csis.org/events/understanding-extremism-northern-mozambique

    Thursday, June 6, 2019 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    CSIS Headquarters, 2nd Floor A/B

    The event will be webcast live from this page.
    Since their first October 2017 attack in Mozambique, Islamist extremists—invariably called al-Shabaab or Ahlu Sunna wa Jama—have conducted over 110 attacks, with more than 295 civilian and military deaths. Despite this escalating violence, there are significant gaps in our understanding of the problem. There is not a consensus about the key drivers of extremism in the region, including the linkages between local, regional, and international extremist networks. Experts have struggled to identify who comprises al-Shabaab (Ahlu Sunna wa Jama), and furnish answers to key questions regarding their objectives, recruitment, or funding sources.

    Join the CSIS Africa Program on Thursday, June 6, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for a half-day conference on growing insecurity in Mozambique. This event will feature two expert panels on the drivers of extremism and potential response efforts in Mozambique.

    Panel 1: Examining Social, Political, and Religious Drivers
    Featuring Dr. Alex Vines (Chatham House), Dr. Yussuf Adam (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane), and Dr. Liazzat Bonate (University of West Indies)
    Moderated by Emilia Columbo

    Panel 2: Exploring Regional and International Response Efforts
    Featuring H. Dean Pittman (former U.S. Ambassador to Mozambique), Zenaida Machado (Human Rights Watch), and Dr. Gregory Pirio (Empowering Communications)
    Moderated by Judd Devermont (Director, CSIS Africa Program)

    This event is made possible by the general support to CSIS.
     
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    I believe far too much thought is put into understanding extremism. Unemployed young men like to fight. It can be that simple. They have nothing to lose, love the power over people, and like to take what they want. Understand it all you like. But don't let that get in the way of killing them. That's the real answer. Make them pay..................FWB
     
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    It is terrorism....
     
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    Kill them ??
    Not in my country . Our govt would call them undrprivilaged or some dribble , give them homes and all the social benefits they want . Then say its not there fault when they cause shit .
    Kill them , No ,wipe them and there supporters out , only way .
     

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