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A nation must think before it acts.
“‘It’s what I call the activation of the social identity. It’s a question of proximity. That’s why there are so many brothers, sometimes sisters, neighbourhood friends. They grow up together. They invent for themselves an identity as defenders of an Islam under attack, of women and children killed in air strikes. They radicalise and reinforce each other”, he said.”