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Britain's Grade-School Jihadists

Britain's police have placed 10 grade-school students in a special program for expressing a desire to take part in terrorist activities. Some students have been inspired by visiting jihadi Web sites; others have viewed extremist books in Islamic book shops. One student told his teacher, according to The Times of London, "I want to be a suicide bomber." More than 200 people have been referred to Britain's anti-terrorism project, which was begun after the attacks in London in July 2005. Most are young men.