The tragic murder of 51 people at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Center in Christchurch, New Zealand one year ago shocked the world. The gunman livestreamed his attack on Facebook—the video of which continues to be re-uploaded across the...
"The nonpartisan Counter Extremism Project defines “The Great Replacement Theory” here:
The Great Replacement Theory is an ethno-nationalist theory warning that an indigenous European—e.g., white—population is being replaced by non-European immigrants. The Great Replacement concept was popularized by French writer Renaud Camus in his 2012 book, Le Grand Replacement (“The Great Replacement”). Camus postulated that black and brown immigrants were reverse-colonizing native “white” Europeans."
Prior to killing 10 and wounding three in a Buffalo, New York, grocery store this past weekend, the alleged gunman spent hours writing a 180-page online manifesto outlining his motivations for the attack. One of the central ideas espoused was the...
“‘The theory had existed in other forms,’ Josh Lipowsky, senior research analyst for the nonprofit Counter Extremism Project, told Grid, ‘but [Camus’ book] really brought it to the forefront, and we saw several groups latching on to it.’”
Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.
On September 26, 2018, an improvised explosive device planted at the foot of a bridge exploded, killing eight soldiers in the lead vehicle of a Burkinabe military convoy traveling in northern Burkina Faso.
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Today, Anjem Choudary & co-defendant Khaled Hussein appeared via video link for a preliminary hearing. Plea hearing… https://t.co/v424ivNqKh
"Controlling the risk of terrorism is a dynamic process but it has to survive off the page to be any use." A critiq… https://t.co/HadLKh39yG
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