Western societies must adopt a perpetual state of adaptation with unabridged avenues to inclusiveness for all people from varying ethnic and religious backgrounds as a means to promoting community harmony and to dissuading Jihad by fringe members.
CNN recently reported on: Why are so many French turning to jihad? The report focused on a French woman, Dominique Bons, whose son and his half brother left for a vacation and ended up weeks later joining, fighting and dying in Jihad in Syria. Ms Bons has not recovered the bodies of the men, and she is not alone. There are some 900 French citizens involved in Jihad in both Syria and Iraq, according to the CNN report.
There are also American, British and other western Jihadists operating in the Levant. There is the story of a Scottish man whose daughter has left home to join Jihad; there is another story of a Frenchman whose daughter married a Tunisian man and has moved into the seat of the ISIL with their two children. The stories of other French, American and British families who have seen a loved one elope to Jihad, are all tear- jerkers, but all the stories have a common denominator - an insufficient feeling of inclusiveness to adapt into their communities upon their conversions to Islam or subsequently thereafter.
While extreme radical terrorist groups like the ISIL will ultimately be defeated, unless all societies give an extra effort to include all the people into the effective governance of their communities, mutated forms of the ISIL will continue to emerge to lure those who feel disenfranchised in their local homes.