Badr al-Enezi, 30, stands in a courtyard at the Mohammed bin Nayef Center for Advice, Counseling and Care, as the rehab center is formally known, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on April 26, 2015. For most of his 20s, all al-Enezi could think about was becoming a jihadi fighter.
Badr al-Enezi, 30, stands in a courtyard at the Mohammed bin Nayef Center for Advice, Counseling and Care, as the rehab center is formally known, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on April 26, 2015. For most of his 20s, all al-Enezi could think about was becoming a jihadi fighter. HASAN JAMALI ASSOCIATED PRESS
Badr al-Enezi, 30, stands in a courtyard at the Mohammed bin Nayef Center for Advice, Counseling and Care, as the rehab center is formally known, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on April 26, 2015. For most of his 20s, all al-Enezi could think about was becoming a jihadi fighter. HASAN JAMALI ASSOCIATED PRESS

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