Gender and Terrorism: A discussion with Seran de Leede

Early enough in the war in Syria and Iraq a relatively new phenomenon emerged, male dominated jihadi violence attracted women and young girls who themselves offered to play a role in recruitment and in some cases the battlefield. Are women victims of or agents of jihadi terrorism?

Find out more in the discussion with Seran De Leede on 30/03/2021

 

 

 

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