Returning ISIS fighters pose a potential security threat in countries like Indonesia. Groups like Yayasan Prasasti Indonesia, a Non-governmental organisation (NGO) helps to rehabilitate former terrorists through social reintegration efforts like trauma healing therapy, discussions, regular visits, soft skills training and entrepreneurship coaching and assistance.
“If they do not make new friends, they will go back to their old friends who will advocate violence. They might go back and become terrorists again. And then the whole society will pay the price of not having reformed released terrorists,” says founder Noor Huda Ismail.
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