While there are many ways that it can be prevented and the process being slowed down allowing it to detected, it will never come to a complete stop. There are many reasons why inmates are being targeted by terrorist organizations to become radicalized. While those reasons are separate in nature from the goals of the organization. The reasons they are targeted still need to be addressed and finding a solution to the reasons why is just as important as to stopping the radicalization process.
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