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Religious or not, terrorists inspired by ISIS raise the group’s profile and power

THE PATTERN IS TRAGICALLY FAMILIAR: A TROUBLED person with a criminal past attacks in the name of ISIS. San Bernardino, Calif.; Orlando; and perhaps now Nice, France. They are not ISIS, exactly, but ISIS-ish—men and women who have no organizational ties to ISIS yet murder in its name.

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