The Egyptian journalist Mahmoud Elsobky and the Palestinian television reporter and former UN employee Fady Al Ghorra spent a year searching, undercover, for online violent jihadist propaganda. How is it spread and how the phenomenon evolves now that ISIS is military - almost - defeated.
ONLINE (In English)
- Part 1: Chat Jihad. How jihadist propaganda dominated the internet - Mo.be - 20 Feb. 2018
- Part 2: Of fan boys and soldiers - how ISIS perfected jihadist propaganda - Mo.be - 2018
- Part 3: Attractive brutality: why terrorist propaganda appeals to people - Mo.be - 21 March 2018
- Part 4: No such thing as a lone wolf - inside the jihadist recruitment machine - Mo.be - 22 March 2018
- Part 5: Terrorism and tech - Silicon Valley’s violent propaganda headache - Mo.be - 4April 2018
- Part 6: Countering the jihadist narrative - the future of the War on Terror
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