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November 16, 2022

Eye on Extremism: November 16, 2022

“Turkish police have apprehended more suspects in connection with the bomb attack on a bustling pedestrian avenue in Istanbul that killed six people and wounded several dozen others, bringing the number of people in custody to 50, Turkey's justice...

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November 15, 2022

CEP Impact: Barnes & Noble Removes Antisemitic Book From Website

Action by the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) has resulted in Barnes & Noble halting the sale of a version of the infamous antisemitic book, Henry Ford’s The International Jew, and removing it from its website. The company made a neo-Nazi publisher’s...

Extremism News Roundup

November 15, 2022

Eye on Extremism: November 15, 2022

“A Pakistani court convicted and sentenced to death two Islamic militants for killing 13 people in a suicide attack last year in the country’s northwest, police said Monday. Senior police officer Zeeshan Asghar told reporters in the garrison city of...

Press Release

November 14, 2022

Extremist Content Online: Barnes & Noble Website Selling Antisemitic Book Released By Neo-Nazi Publisher

The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) reports weekly on the methods used by extremists to exploit the Internet and social media platforms to recruit followers and incite violence. Last week, on the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Barnes & Noble...

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November 14, 2022

"'It is very logical that in Hungary or Croatia, where there are few foreigners, there is an extreme-right narrative according to which there is a threat from hordes of foreigners, feminists and LGBTs who will take away the tradition and culture,'...

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November 13, 2022

CEP Affiliated Researcher Kacper Rekawek writes: "The 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine only strengthened this concern as some commentators worried that Ukraine’s call for foreign volunteers could further embolden extremists and result in a high...

Extremism News Roundup

November 14, 2022

Eye on Extremism: November 14, 2022

“Turkey blamed Kurdish militants on Monday for an explosion that killed six people on a busy Istanbul shopping street, and police detained a Syrian woman suspected of having planted the bomb among a sweep of 47 arrests. Istanbul police named the...

Press Release

November 11, 2022

EU Should Adopt New Approach To Curbing Misuse Of Cryptocurrencies By Extremists

Cryptocurrencies are paving the way for extremists and terrorists to facilitate domestic and cross-border funding, while simultaneously working outside regulated channels. On November 3, Counter Extremism Project (CEP) Senior Director and former...

Press Release

November 10, 2022

Extremist Content Online: Instagram Edition

In a sample of content located on Meta-owned Instagram on November 8, CEP located 10 accounts that posted a variety of pro-ISIS content including clips and photos from official ISIS videos and pro-ISIS posts. In addition, 10 extreme right accounts...

Extremism News Roundup

November 10, 2022

Eye on Extremism: November 10, 2022

“The focus may be on the midterms and the Russia-Ukraine war, but the Pentagon is quietly starting to build infrastructure in Syria for a long-haul fight with the Islamic State. Roughly 900 special forces are still working overtime to help local...

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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

In Their Own Words:

If you remove any nonwhite group from American history, the country still exists. It would probably be better. If America continues its present course and whites become a minority, ‘America’ becomes a name on a map.

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance blog post Mar. 19, 2021
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