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Us Vs. Them: Fueling The Fires Of Radicalization

As of this post, the President hasn’t yet spoken out about the attempted terror attack in New York City’s subway by Akayed Ullah, but we likely know how it will go. 1,056 more words

Social Issues

Anti-Radicalization: Zurich announces plans to tackle violent extremism

This content was published on December 7, 2017  

Thomas Würgler, head of canton Zurich police, explains the strategy next to Mario Fehr, head of security in the cantonal government. 355 more words

Europe

On Radicalisation (What is the feeling of radicalisation?)

Radicalisation is a shifting of perspective, a change within oneself. The feeling of radical transition is relational. As a concept, radicalisation always describes more than one’s experience as an individual: its experience is never equivalent to the feeling, say, of eating and feeling fuller the more one eats. 326 more words

Philosophy

DOES THE MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR READ OUR BLOG ?

Gérard Collomb is the “Ministre de l’Intérieur et des Cultes” in the government of Emmanuel Macron.  He has recently revealed that he has been working with French intellectuals to develop a “counter-discourse” on Islam for the prevention of radicalization (“L’Express”, November 22, 2017).  66 more words

Morocco goes digital to counter radical Islam online

Source: Religion News Service

BY Tom Heneghan

RABAT, Morocco (RNS) — Chababe is a lively site on Facebook, YouTube and the web where young Moroccans can talk about what troubles them — sex, suicide, online harassment, violence or religious extremism. 87 more words

The Muslim Times

Nationalism, the Quest for Security.

Humans feel the need of an identity, which comes by belonging to a community. As other animals, we instinctively live in collectivities to facilitate and improve our lives. 945 more words

Problem

Daesh Lives on ... in Trap Music?

I recently published a new piece over at Medium.com about “ISIS trap” music. The new subgenre, quite popular on youtube and soundcloud, represents the slippage of ISIS themes and images into popular culture.

Check it out here.