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Januar 17, 2023

CEP-EER Webinar: Combating The Financing Of Violent Extremism – Challenges And Opportunities

The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) and the European Eye on Radicalization (EER) are inviting you to a webinar focusing on combating the financing of violent extremism.

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Januar 16, 2023

"Prof Ian Acheson of the Counter Extremism Project has called on the UK to use existing laws and set up special courts to expedite the arrest, prosecution and punishment of people whose actions have a disproportionate effect on the public."

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Januar 12, 2023

CEP Senior Advisor Ian Acheson writes: "Repatriating Begum would also give us a greater opportunity to examine the performance of state and local authorities, and whether they could and should have intervened as three Bethnal Green schoolgirls...

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Januar 13, 2023

Germany Disrupts Suspected Terror Plot Amid Rising Islamist Threats

German police forces on Sunday took a 32-year-old Iranian national into custody on suspicions of obtaining unspecified amounts of cyanide and ricin for use in an “Islamist-motivated” terror attack after having received a tip from a foreign...

Extremism News Roundup

Januar 13, 2023

Eye on Extremism: January 13, 2023

“Britain is actively considering proscribing Iran's Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organisation but has not reached a final decision on the matter, foreign office minister Leo Docherty told parliament on Thursday. "It would be wrong of me to...

Extremism News Roundup

Januar 12, 2023

Eye on Extremism: January 12, 2023

“A large explosion caused by a suicide bomber in Kabul's diplomatic district left at least 13 people dead and others injured Wednesday in the latest attack targeting Afghanistan's Taliban regime, according to a CBS News source. The blast happened at...

Press Release

Januar 11, 2023

Extremist Content Wrap Up 2022

In 2022, extremists continued to spread various video, photo, text, and audio propaganda; call for and celebrate acts of violence; dox their perceived opponents; and spread manuals and instructions on several websites to assist individuals in...

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Januar 11, 2023

CEP Senior Director Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler interviewed: "What we have done in the last, I would say, five to six years, but particularly since 2021 is we have withdrawn as an international community... from some of the key areas where terrorism is...

Press Release

Januar 11, 2023

Tech & Terrorism: Google Makes Vague Promises To Develop Content Moderation Software For Smaller Platforms

Google’s Jigsaw announced that it is developing a free software tool to help smaller websites improve their content moderation capabilities. The purported new tool comes as tech companies will be forced to remove terrorist content from their sites or...

Extremism News Roundup

Januar 11, 2023

Eye on Extremism: January 11, 2023

“The United States accused Russian military contractors backed by the Kremlin on Tuesday of interfering in the internal affairs of African countries and “increasing the likelihood that violent extremism will grow” in the Sahel region which is facing...

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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

In Their Own Words:

Without doubt, the secularists are evil and more malicious than the polytheists and secularism is farther astray from the path and more malicious than polytheism. The secularists who are associated with Islam even [merely] by identity are considered apostates by a group of scholars. The Jews, Christians, those who worship graves, and many polytheists and unbelievers have committed lesser acts of unbelief than the secularists.

Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, Salafist propagandist Mar. 1, 2021
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