Claudia Dantschke, seen here in a photo from Sept. 3, 2013 in Berlin, is a specialist in Islam who tries to identify families where the young people are at risk of choosing the fight in Syria or Iraq. She said Salafist ìstreet workersî in Berlin seek out ìpetty criminals, those smoking weed, those just hanging out. What is new is that they recruit among refugees, who come here as minors without families.î
Claudia Dantschke, seen here in a photo from Sept. 3, 2013 in Berlin, is a specialist in Islam who tries to identify families where the young people are at risk of choosing the fight in Syria or Iraq. She said Salafist ìstreet workersî in Berlin seek out ìpetty criminals, those smoking weed, those just hanging out. What is new is that they recruit among refugees, who come here as minors without families.î McClatchy
Claudia Dantschke, seen here in a photo from Sept. 3, 2013 in Berlin, is a specialist in Islam who tries to identify families where the young people are at risk of choosing the fight in Syria or Iraq. She said Salafist ìstreet workersî in Berlin seek out ìpetty criminals, those smoking weed, those just hanging out. What is new is that they recruit among refugees, who come here as minors without families.î McClatchy

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