So, we finally have an authoritative study of the causes, justifications and motives of those joining ISIS. And it seems that religion is a major factor after all.
"Neither inequality nor poverty was a driver of involvement in violent extremism, and wealthier countries were more likely to supply foreign recruits for Isis. In countries with a large Muslim population, low degrees of religiosity, low levels of trust in religious institutions and strong government and social control of religion seem to be risk factors of radicalisation."
Stick or dump?