Bombs to Coffee

Like many Muslim countries, Indonesia is struggling to find way to de-radicalize and reintegrate citizens who joined extremist groups and later had second thoughts. In one Indonesian city, Pulitzer Center grantee Ana Santos talks with Muhammad Inam Amin, a coffee shop owner whose brother joined an Islamist group and become a suicide bomber in Iraq. Amin cooperates with local authorities to give former radicals jobs in his coffee shop. Giving these young men jobs, he says, gives them a a support group and a sense of purpose.