Nabil Naim, a former jihadist leader, claimed there are several ways used by Takfiri and jihadist groups to attract young Egyptians to their ranks to carry out terrorist operations in Egypt.
These include reliance on the widespread unemployment among young adults, who pass the time sitting in cafes. There, they (terror recruiters) communicate with them and urge them to join their ranks for religious reasons and in exchange for payment.
The ex-jihadist leader explained that terrorist movements and armed factions use the method of “cohabiting” (with potential recruits) in universities, in mosques or in venues where young people live.
Source: /The Seventh Day