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French Mum of a jihadist gives moving testimony*

Her son died in Syria in January 2016. Denouncing the immobility of public authorities, she tries today to prevent such a tragedy happening to others. She says: "Parents of radicalized children want to be heard and understood" Issued from a Catholic tradition, she originally welcomed with tolerance the conversion of her son Quentin to Islam, feeling then that converting was not a crime and that he had met something that spoke to him. In 2012, there was no talk of radicalization . She says that If it had happened today, she would probably have been more suspicious.. She says: "Some believe, when a youngster jumps into jihadism, that the whole family is an accomplice. Others suspect "deficient

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