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Arguing with a neo-Nazi just entrenches their beliefs further.
Boredom, an unassuming emotion, may have a larger impact than we think.
Seddique Mateen, the father of the Orlando shooter, has also appeared in video pretending to be the president of Afghanistan.
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A computer program that automatically detects signs of radicalisation on Facebook profiles is one of several tools being developed by Australian experts to counter the spread of jihadi rhetoric online...
For our Gen Y jihadists the seed of terrorism and extremism is more often than not planted through online grooming. Radicalisation takes place so quickly now: from online exploration to attack. To systematically counter this we need to understand the trigger points for change.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a blunt statement to extremists on Friday, saying those who don't like Australia should not stay. "If you find Australian values unpalatable, then there's...
Religion is a big part of our society, and ignoring it in schools doesn't diminish that fact. ISIS will continue to flourish in a world where misinformation and fear is propagated, leading to the marginalisation of too many young people.