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Teachers told how to spot 'jihadist threat'
The headteachers of around 150 schools in Vienna are being instructed in how to spot potential "jihadist threats" today, after a 14-year-old boy who planned to blow up a busy train station was arrested in Lower Austria last week.
Ednan Aslan, from the Department of Islamic Religious Education at the University of Vienna and the Vienna State Protection chief Erich Zwettler are giving a lecture at Vienna's College of Education.
Organiser Heinz Ivkovits said that Aslan will talk about the difference between "peaceful Islam and a radicalized form which is focused on violence" and explain what exactly is meant by jihad.
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