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CEP is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, international policy organization formed to combat the growing threat from extremist ideology.
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Muslim clerics in Somalia are moving to counter propaganda from al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab, as the terrorist group spreads misinformation and attempts to draw support.
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Yesterday, a man in Georgia pleaded guilty to planning a terrorist attack on the White House. 23-year-old Hasher Jallal Taheb reportedly planned domestic attacks in order to participate in jihad.
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Some ISIS and al-Qaeda fighters see COVID-19 pandemic as opportunity to win over more supporters and strike harder than before.
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Ben Makuch 1h
Found evidence of 8chan (new site name, though) users coordinating an antisemitic Zoombombing campaign against a Jewish school in Philadelphia. This becoming a thing among the far-right.
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CEP 1h
Replying to @FightExtremism
Houthi officials have time and again confirmed a connection with Hamas, even stating that they share “a common stand vis-à-vis Israel” and the United States. Learn more:
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CEP 1h
Houthi rebels in Yemen suggest release of Saudi captives in exchange for the release of detained Palestinians, a move welcomed by Hamas.
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CEP 1h
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.’s resource notes this worldwide trend and looks at the wave of far-right ethno-nationalist groups and political parties that have gained substantial influence by scapegoating immigrants and playing on supporters’ fears.
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CEP 1h
New report from warns that right-wing terrorism is increasing, as individual attacks are more frequent and lethal and groups are becoming more sophisticated.
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CEP 3h
Replying to @FightExtremism
Plus, the Afghan government had initially voiced objections to a prisoner swap at a precondition for negotiations with the Taliban, calling for a seven-day reduction in violence to extend into a permanent ceasefire:
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CEP 3h
Replying to @FightExtremism
We're not surprised. In late February, took a sober look at the prospects for peace in Afghanistan, all things considered.
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CEP 3h
Despite inching towards peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, these devastating attacks continue. The latest, a roadside bomb that killed eight, including six children.
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CEP 3h
Replying to @FightExtremism
Following the devastating hurricanes that hit the United States in September 2017, ISIS released propaganda videos celebrating the destruction. A little from the archives:
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CEP 3h
Jihadi groups have long taken to calling any natural disaster the will of God exacting revenge on western powers.
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Missy Ryan 4h
--> re Kataib Hezbollah
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CEP 4h
Replying to @FightExtremism
Under Iranian influence, Iraqi Shiite militias have targeted U.S. forces in Iraq. These Iranian-linked militias include Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, the Badr Organization, and Kata’ib Hezbollah. More in ’s latest release:
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CEP 4h
U.S. intelligence out of the Middle East suggest that Iran or its proxies are planning a potentially serious attack against U.S. military personnel in Iraq.
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CEP 5h
Replying to @FightExtremism
One of 's newest reports provides an overview of extremism in New Zealand and just how the country has responded:
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CEP 5h
Mark Taylor, a.k.a. Muhammad Daniel & Abu Abdul-Rahman, is an ISIS foreign fighter from New Zealand. He remains in a Kurdish prison in Syria while Wellington debates whether to bring him back & how to treat returning foreign fighters.
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CEP 20h
Iran-backed militias continue to plan attacks against U.S. personnel in Iraq more frequently, according to U.S. officials, as tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalate. See CEP’s resources on Shiite militias:
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CEP Apr 1
Replying to @FightExtremism
Boko Haram is launching increasingly deadly cross-border attacks. From its strongholds in Nigeria, the terrorist group has wreaked havoc in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger:
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