Anxiety over radicalization mounts in interloper camps

Concerns over orderly radicalization inside a Ain al-Hilweh and Mieh Mieh camps in south Lebanon are on a rise, as a flourishing series of extremists fighting in Syria and Iraq seem to have come from a dual Palestinian enclaves, sources in a camps say.

Inside a camps, obituaries for those killed fighting alongside Daesh (ISIS), a Nusra Front, and other belligerent groups accoutre a walls, distinguished fear in a hearts of Palestinians and Lebanese adults alike.

Camp residents have insisted that extremists who grew adult in their communities were particular cases.

Most of those who left a camps were immature men, between 17 and 21 years old. No approach accusations have been done per a orderly participation of nonconformist groups inside a camps.

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