The aim of the study is to examine the effect of religious behavior on types of students radicalization (group, social, political, religious and violent radicalization). Findings showed a significant impact from religious commitment, religion impact on individual's life and pray on students ‘general radicalization and on each type of radicalization (general radicalization=−13.446 a=0.00; religious radicalization F=3.305, a=.02; social radicalization=F=5.3, a=.001; Political radicalization F=3.148, a=.024; Violent radicalization F=12.271 a=.000; and group radicalization F=13.032, a=.000). Implications for terrorism: Recruitment prevention and de-radicalization include but not limited to: Youth recruitment, preventing radicalism in the University environment, terrorism recruitment, and De-radicalization to the vulnerable and at risk university students.
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