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With its indoor swimming pool, sun-splashed patios and liveried staff, the Saudi complex has the trappings of a five-star resort, but it is actually a rehab center – for violent militants.Saudi Arabia, long accused of exporting its ultraconservative Wahhabist Sunni doctrine around the world, is itself a victim of domestic terror attacks.Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, who has sought to roll back the influence of the ultraconservative religious establishment, this week jump-started a 41-nation military coalition to combat Islamist extremism, vowing to wipe terrorism from the face of the Earth.The center boasts of a "success rate of 86 percent," Abu Maghayed said, measured by those men who did not return to jihad for at least a decade after graduating from the center.Those who refuse to reform after a minimum stay of three months at the center are returned to "the judicial process," Abu Maghayed said.The center uses art therapy as one of its tools.
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