Alexandra Bradford has an MA in Terrorism, Security and Society from Kings College London. Her main area of study focuses on homegrown Islamist extremism and female radicalization. She is a co-author of “Becoming Mulan? Female Western Migrants to Isis, Threat and Response,” a report by the London-based Institute for Strategic Dialogue.
On February 17, three British teenagers left their East London homes and boarded a plane for Turkey. Soon afterwards, they crossed into Syria, where they are believed to have joined