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It is commonly assumed that those who join extremist groups are struggling with personal crises or are misfits, drifters or disaffected loners. However, this profile has not been common in Indonesia, where many who join extremist groups are part of other Islamic and Islamist movements before joining and where extremism can run in families.
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Mozambique's government has been shaken by beheadings and other deadly attacks by suspected Islamic extremists in a northeastern region touted internationally for its offshore reserves of natural gas.