If the soil of a small village is poisoned and the poison becomes contagious once it enters the human body, there is no way to save the population unless we find the antidote for that poison. We can quarantine the sick or burn all the fields we want, but one child playing in a field would be enough to revive the outbreak and contaminate the whole village. We can try to bomb the field but the airborne particles will simply make people sick. Terrorism, radicalism and extremism are just like this poison.
Radical groups do not emerge by accident
Counter-ideological work means a battle of ideas, not weapons. In the real world, this means challenging the extremist narrativeCeylan Ozbudak