How to save kids from ISIS? Start with mom
Parents who suspect a child may be radicalizing face a heartrending choice: If they remain silent, their child may leave to join the terrorists. If they call the authorities, that may result in a prison term. They need a third option, experts say.
Christianne Boudreau never suspected a thing.
The mother from Calgary, Canada, was pleased when her oldest son developed a deep interest in Islam. Damian had struggled through bouts of depression and suicidal thoughts, and Islam seemed to fill a void. So she didn't object when he announced plans to travel to Egypt to study Arabic.
What she didn't know was that "Egypt" was just a cover story.
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