"If you look at all of these situations, they all have something in common, young men who have been marginalized, young men who are desperate, who don't see what the future holds. As much as they yern for freedom from want, they also yern for political justice, social justice, political representation. And these things must be addressed. I think that is the challenge of this century actually. How do we fight radicalism, terrorism? How do we give hope to our youth? It has to be a battle, as much as it is a battle about security, it's a battle of economics, it's a battle of politics, it's a battle of education. It's a battle of the mind."