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The journalist, a Muslim using the pseudonym Said Ramzi, carried out the investigation for a documentary entitled "Allah's Soldiers" which gives an insight into the minds of young extremists, and will be shown in France Monday night.Ramzi describes himself as a Muslim "of the same generation as the killers" who carried out the Nov. 13 terror attacks which left 130 people dead in Paris.Some of the gang, like Oussama, try and reach ISIS in Syria. He was arrested by Turkish police and handed back to France where he spent five months in jail before being released.While he had to show his face at the local police station once a day under his release conditions, he stayed in touch with the group via encrypted messaging application Telegram to organise meetings at which plans to launch an attack took form.In January 2015 two brothers attacked the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people.
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