Between the late 1990s and the early 2000s, city drift started to coexist with a quite radical spiritual reality. The Salafists have been given free rein. Amin Boutaghane
No person had seen something coming whereas a brand new breviary imposed itself on us with the “S” recordsdata, radicalization and de-radicalization. Muslims, Muslim brothers, Salafists, Islamists, the amalgam was straightforward and everybody grew to become a terrorist.
We turn out to be conscious in 2015 of the rise of Al-Qaeda and the emergence of Daesh with the worst potential materialization: an Al-Qaeda assault on Charlie Hebdo and Daesh the subsequent day with Coulibali, Montrouge, the hyper conceal. And it highlights the truth that Mohammed Merah was not an remoted wolf, his relations in reference to Daesh show it. Amin Boutaghane
The general public response was lengthy overdue within the midst of a de-radicalization “truthful” through which a number of associations, magicians with out magic – every desirous to be extra legit than the others – proposed miracle options to the rise of the spiritual reality. If Nicoles Belloubet, the Keeper of the Seals was assured concerning the first makes an attempt to “de-radicalize” that she needed to “leverage” when it comes to the outcomes she described as “pretty constructive”, the failure of the experiment carried out on the Pontourny middle closed in 2017 a 12 months after its opening, recollects the issue of the general public authorities in defining a transparent and confirmed methodology to counter the phenomenon of radicalization. Whereas the jail administration had managed to take care of the Corsicans, the Basques and the far left, radical Islamism was a brand new phenomenon.
Deradicalization would imply that, by exterior intervention, the individual may return. But when the individual has dedicated the act, we can’t return. Whereas stopping radicalization is feasible. We are able to nonetheless intervene by providing them a great path.
5 years later everybody has tailored. Moreover, we’re now not speaking about de-radicalization – a time period which doesn’t imply very a lot – however of disengagement by work, employment, housing and reintegration. However because the actors of the Prevention and radicalization committee (CIPDR), there isn’t a magic wand.
- Amin Boutaghane, Controller Common of the Common Path of the Nationwide Police, Coordination Unit of the Combat in opposition to Terrorism, Head of the'UCLAT
- Alain Bertheau, professor of anthropology at Paris eight
- Azzedine Amimour, father of Samy Amimour, first terrorist killed by the BIS at Bataclan
- Anne-Marie Fauvet, president of National liaison committee of specialized prevention associations (CNLAPS) and its discipline actors
- Romain Sèze, Physician in sociology and researcher on theNational Institute for Advanced Studies in Security and Justice (INHESJ)
- Stéphane Bredin, director of jail administration
- François Toutain, head of the mission to fight violent radicalization throughout the jail administration
- Isamël Righi, head of the interregional mission to fight radicalization in Paris
- Jules Boyadjian, president ofArtémis SOS Group association and basic delegate of the PAIRS program
A documentary sequence by Alain Lewkowicz, produced by Séverine Cassar
Prevent radicalization : actions and sources of the Interministerial Committee for the Prevention of Delinquency and Radicalization.
Protective factors and risk factors facilitating the disengagement of the violent jihadist extremist : research on the destiny variables of 450 jihadists. Article by Dounia Bouzar & Michel Bénézech revealed within the journal criminalistics, n ° 1-2, 2019.
Understanding the mechanisms of violent radicalization : for a processual and biographical evaluation of violent engagements. Analysis report for the Legislation and Justice Analysis Mission, April 2017.
Radical engagement, disengagement and deradicalization. Continuum and fracture strains. Article by Isabelle Sommier, revealed within the journal Social and political ties, n ° 68, autumn 2012.
What drives young people to Islamist radicalization (and out). Survey proposed by the knowledge website Slate.fr in June 2018.
Mireille Delmas Marty, Françoise Rudetski, Loïc Weils, René Simon, Fabienne Brosseau, Sophie Lemaire, Christophe Molmy, Francis Eustache, Guillaume Vaiva, Sébastien Lascoux, Estelle, Caroline Langlade, Anna Hartman, Samira Ada and Julien Spéla and all of the victims of assaults we met in Paris and Good, Jean-Marc Borello chairman of the board of the SOS group, Sami Souid, director of PAIRS Paris, Jean-Paul Meloni, Riss and Apolline Thomasset, Montassir Sakhi, Danièle Klein and Philippe Vansteenkiste, highschool college students from the Lycée Lucie Aubrac de Courbevoie, the Reims academy and the nationwide schooling communication service, Marie-Cécile Castel, Juliette Meadel, Marie Jaudet and Fréréric Rose. Paméla Robertiere. Lastly, thanks to all of the members of the Life For Paris affiliation, 13onze15, AFVT (Chantal Anglade and Delphine ALLENBACH-RACHET) and FENVAC (Sophia Seco).