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Pakistani Moms Keep Sons From Being Radicalized

Apr 26, 2012 (Morning Edition) — Renee Montagne talks to Pakistani peace activist Mossarat Qadeem about how women can help moderate extremism in Pakistan. Qadeem works with mothers of young men who are at risk for joining the Taliban. She helps reintegrate young men through job training and education programs.

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