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"Sir Ivor Roberts, senior adviser at the Counter Extremism Project, said it 'beggars belief' they are on YouTube 12 years on.

He added: 'It’s sickening to think such material can be easily accessed by children and vulnerable adults — and essentially act as recruiting videos, glamourising and justifying a violent neo-Nazi cause.

'The laws requiring wealthy social media giants to prevent such harmful material from being broadcast are simply not robust enough.'"

March 19, 2023
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"YouTube says it does not allow hate speech under its terms of service and removes any content that incites violence or hatred. But a joint investigation by this newspaper and the Counter Extremism Project found videos contravening this policy have been online for up to two years."

March 18, 2023
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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.


On March 30, 2020, an al-Shabaab suicide bomber mounted the vehicle of Abdisalan Hasan Hersi, a governor in Somalia’s Puntland, as he parked his car near a police station. The jihadist detonated his explosive device, killing Hersi and seriously wounding a former police commander and a civilian.  

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