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ARTICLE CRITIQUE 2 Homeland Security Homegrown jihadist terrorism in the United States is a phenomenon that is vital in the contemporary living. As the issue of terrorism increases, understanding the homegrown jihadist terrorism has the potential of assisting in the creation of awareness about the importance of home security and sharing any information concerning the jihadists. It from the understanding of the phenomenon that individuals will be able to share any form of insecurity or suspicious terrorism to protect their home country. Thus, it is important to have regulations that stipulate on the composition of people in the various organization to ensure that there is no more growth of homegrown jihadism, as thus will keep the level of jihadist radicalization as little as possible (Vidino, 2009). The primary aim of the article by Vidino was to analyze the entire phenomenon of radicalization in the United States of America while comparing it to Europe and how the evolution of America’s authorities has attempted to react to it.
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  • Spring '18
  • Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, homegrown jihadist terrorism

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