By Mark Anderson
This question clearly defies easy answers. However, Norwegian filmmaker Deeyah Khan begins where I believe we must begin—namely, with the wounding and brokenness that makes our Muslim youth so susceptible to the propaganda of ISIS. So many young Muslim men and women feel they can never really belong in either the Western society where they live or their parents’ transplanted, honor-and-shame-driven immigrant community. Facing this struggle alone “leaves them open like wounds,” says Khan. “And for some, the worldview of radical Islam becomes the infection that festers in these open wounds.”
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