Examples of radicalize in a Sentence
The war has radicalized an entire generation of young people.
Recent Examples of radicalize from the Web
But the report leaves little doubt that the perpetrators of future terror attacks are already here, including some who may not yet be radicalized.
Southeast Asian governments have for years highlighted the risk from returning fighters alongside those radicalized at home via the Internet.
Let’s be clear: James T. Hodgkinson is a zealot who was radicalized online.
The region is now the home of a local preacher, Ibrahim Malam Dicko, who radicalized and has claimed recent deadly attacks against troops and civilians.
Extremists in the U.K. and elsewhere are often radicalized by militants thousands of miles away through digital communication.
Critics also said the law would lead to the persecution of Muslim communities, and could potentially have the reverse effect of radicalizing people.
Griffin's apology wasn't accepted by some on Twitter either, which spewed a variety of reactions, including several right-wing jabs that Griffin had been radicalized by Islamic State, the terror group that frequently beheads its victims.
There is much more to be done to combat these radicalizing influences.
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Definition of radicalize for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone or something) to become more radical especially in politics
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