Via People's Daily Online:
Schools, sport clubs and other associations should intervene when young people threaten to turn radical, a government official said Wednesday.
According to a Belgian study in response to the European Union's recent call on member states to set up action plans to prevent radicalism, young isolated people were more likely to turn radical.
"I call on teachers and other persons working with young people to pay attention to this phenomenon," said Minister for Home Affairs Annemie Turtelboom.
Radicalization is "the root of terrorism," but often is difficult to detect because it is a complex and variable process, the study showed.