Belgium continues to face the tough task of trying to stop young people being radicalised.
But how do you turn individuals away from the path?
Rachid Madrane, a minister for the French community of Belgium noted: "Today, you must know that in Belgium, this is the first time that we have in power a majority party that is a populist party, nationalist and far right.
But they re on the extreme end of the far right. They have a vision of the world which is ultra-liberal, a neo-liberal vision where the human is a nothing but a number".