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A different jihad: How a convicted man is working to redeem terrorists’ children

Medan: In the dusty yard of an Islamic boarding school in North Sumatra, a group of excitable boys are telling us why they want to join the police force and the army when they grow up.

“I want to be an army commander because I want to prevent narcotics, stop crime and catch terrorists,” says Andika, a 13-year-old in a long mustard tunic and Muslim skullcap.

Buru 4dUnder normal circumstances there would be nothing unusual about Andika’s youthful boast, echoed by millions of children

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