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Jihadi Who 'Likes the U.S.' Says He Knows How to Stop Terrorism

PRISTINA, Kosovo — Albert Berisha is both a paradox and a dilemma. His lilac shirt, soft features and neatly trimmed beard could belong to any office worker in the world. He certainly doesn't look like someone who swapped his life in Europe to go fight in Syria alongside ISIS militants he openly describes as murderous psychopaths. But Berisha is also the embodiment of some crucial questions perplexing Western security officials. Is it possible for a jihadi who traveled to fight in Iraq or Syria to be peacefully r ...