“Islamic State fighters often present themselves on social media as a fearless band of brothers, but a new report finds radicalised jihadis are more likely to be anxious, depressed and lonely.”
Poor chaps, the report doesn’t say whether they had unhappy childhoods or were bullied at school, but help is on the way:
“We believe strongly in a public health approach, where those at risk of radicalisation are identified and helped.”
Jolly good, but is this really the answer? They don’t seem overly bright, apparently before heading off to fight jihad their choice of reading material is “Islam for Dummies” and “The Koran for Dummies”.