Seven years into the global war on terror, is al-Qaeda winning?
Part Four - Jihad Rehab
The Saudi Interior Ministry and the US Military have a reputation for being tough with al-Qaeda.
They've been more inclined to kill and not coddle suspected jihadis.
However, this programme shows that is changing.
The Saudis have converted a holiday camp outside Riyadh and turned it into a rehabilitation centre.
This is where al-Qaeda sympathisers receive art and religious therapy, as well as money to marry and settle down.
The US in Iraq also offers detainees therapy and job training in a camp in the middle of a warzone.
He also speaks to those in charge and asks if such treatment is fair.
Can it really convince someone to stop believing in Jihad and supporting al-Qaeda?
First broadcast Monday 20th October 2008
Listen (26 mins) with Major Reid Sawyer - Head of Counter-Terrorism, West Point