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FPRI Fox Fellow Clint Watts Interviewed on NPR About the Differences between Paris and San Bernardino

FPRI Fox Fellow Clint Watts Interviewed on NPR About the Differences between Paris and San Bernardino


“The delineation for them is very difficult for them to even parse out and for us to understand. And while we oftentimes seek some explanation for where this violence is being motivated from, it’s really from a persistent commitment to the idea of jihad.”

Listen to the full interview here.

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