Help CEP Maintain Critical Databases On Extremist Groups And Individuals

As the growing influence of extremist ideologies and terrorist activities pose increasing and significant threats to global peace and security, the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) continues its pursuit of a safer world. We firmly believe that an informed and vigilant global community is essential in countering the ever-evolving landscape of extremist violence and terrorism.

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Here at CEP, we pride ourselves on continuously developing comprehensive and informative resources on terrorist and extremist groups, individuals, and ideologies—as well as the ways in which governments counter terrorism and extremism. We constantly monitor breaking news and provide timely analysis to stay on top of the current extremist threat environment.

Our research and insight are consistently referenced by journalists, lawmakers, and academics, including in The New York Times, CNN, NBC, France24, and Deutsche Welle, among many other leading international publications and media outlets.

This year, we continued to develop our reports on Islamist, far-left, and white supremacist groups. In our wide-ranging resource on antisemitism, CEP chronicles the significant uptick in incidents targeting the Jewish community following Hamas’s October 7 attack in Israel, as well as the origins of the centuries-old hatred.  

Policymakers and law enforcement agencies rely on our data and analysis to make informed decisions, ensuring a more effective and targeted response to the evolving tactics of extremist organizations.

Your contribution is crucial in helping us maintain and expand our databases, keeping them accessible to those at the forefront of the fight against terrorism and extremist violence. Please consider donating today to help us continue this important work.

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On May 8, 2019, Taliban insurgents detonated an explosive-laden vehicle and then broke into American NGO Counterpart International’s offices in Kabul. At least seven people were killed and 24 were injured.

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