As ISIS goes underground, attention has turned to shattering its insurgent blueprint and, as Stefan Labbé reports, Jordan finds itself on the frontlines of de-radicalization.
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Stefan Labbé is an independent journalist and storyteller. His writing, photography and documentary work have been featured in such outlets as the Guardian, the Globe and Mail and PBS NewsHour, among others.
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