Radicalization / Prevention / Rehabilitation

Radicalization depends on a multitude of factors that are often times interconnected, including internal motivations and external pressures or catalysts. Technological advances have also enabled elements of the radicalization process to move online, and reports have shown that interest in extremism can be sparked or nurtured by viewing extremist content online. This highlights the importance of preventing radicalization by blocking and actively removing extremist content from online platforms and social media.

News and Blogs

Daily Dose

Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

In Their Own Words:

The Hispanic population is willing to return to their home countries if given the right incentive. An incentive that myself and many other patriotic Americans will provide… [terrorist attacks will] remove the threat of the Hispanic voting bloc.

Patrick Crusius, El Paso Shooter Aug. 2019
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