The US needs deradicalization — for Christian extremists
Reeducating QAnon followers. Religious people are particularly susceptible to conspiracy theories due to their belief in the supernatural and their endorsement of a good-versus-evil worldview. In 2020, as COVID-19 raged and churches closed, echo chambers of online QAnon networks offered a safe haven for Christians trying to make sense of the world. Melissa Graves and Muhammad Fraser-Rahim analyse how programs designed to reform violent jihadis could help tackle the spread of conspiracy theories in evangelical communities.
From Foreign Policy