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How the 'War on Drugs' sabotages the 'War on Terror' | Middle East Eye


How the 'War on Drugs' sabotages the 'War on Terror' | Middle East Eye: Upon learning that the London attacker, Khalid Masood, a convert to Islam, had a definable history of anti-social behaviour, drug abuse, and criminality, French political scientist Olivier Roy dubbed him just another deranged martyr in what he calls the “loser jihad” - with Masood taking his place alongside contemporary losers who carried out the recent attacks in Paris, Orlando, Nice and Berlin. A research paper produced by the Center for Terrorism and Counterterrorism in The Netherlands referred to European jihadists as “menacing loners” observing the shift from ideologically motivated violence to “performance violence”.

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