January 14, 2008 (Runs 12:1
Can art turn junior jihadis away from extremism? Nancy Durham reports on an experimental program for convicted terrorists in Saudi Arabia
Read Nancy Durham's Report from Abroad and view photos from a different prison in Saudi Arabia, Al Haer, where hardcore jihadis who refuse to recant their views are held. It may be the most secure prison in the world.
I found it quite educational in a few aspects and helps show you a small look into how Saudi Arabia is approaching Extremists and their mentalities within their own country.
Perhaps us in the western world should take heed and observe what they are doing and how they live. They're not as evil as some administrations would like you to think.
Do you think this apprach has value, or is it just a waste of time?