"I'm talking about the poor fool who agrees to be sent on a suicide mission in the hope of a better life. He's the one who needs education."
An education would be nice, but what they really need is a decent economy.
Having a large middle class is a societal stabilizer. So is having an economy in which even most of the lower class can afford at least some luxuries. There are people in America and Europe who are just as religous and/or political as the members of ISIS, but they _generally_ don't engage in terrorist activities. There are a few loons who decide to bomb abortion clinics or government buildings or black churches or what have you, but not entire armies of them.
As much as conservatives like to complain about poor people having iPhones and such, given the choice between dying for your beliefs and spending the afternoon playing flappy bird the vast majority of people will go with flappy bird. And as banal as that makes it sound it still seems like the right choice to me. It's the people who don't have flappy bird, or jobs, or food, (or who have families or fellow countrymen in that position) who decide they have nothing to lose and are willing to go out and kill people in hopes of an afterlife that's better than their current life.