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Mississippi / ISIS Radicalization / Dakhlalla's Story #1104811

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 02, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The terrorism attack this week at Ohio State University that may have been inspired by ISIS or Al Qaeda recalled.

(Mississippi: Drew Griffin) The story of Mississippi State University student Muhammad Dakhlalla, who is an imprisoned felon for trying to join ISIS after he fell in love with MSU cheerleader Jaelyn Young††, presented; photos shown; details given about the FBI role in stopping him from going overseas. [DAKHLALLA - talks about his relationship with Jaelyn, who showed him the radical video that led him to try to go to the war zone to help Muslims, how he was arrested before leaving for Turkey, the death of his mother this year.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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