Counter-terrorism drive for public to report online Isis propaganda

Junead Khan

British counter-terrorism officials are launching a campaign to try to drive back Islamic State’s efforts to use the internet to foster extremism. Isis has turned the internet into a frontline of its jihad, using it to spread propaganda to gain recruits and embolden its supporters. However, 300 items a day are being taken down by a special police unit.

  • Millie_Woods

    Why bother looking for them on the Internet you fucking morons! You pay them welfare and provide them with public housing and police protection while they publicly rant and rave about overturning your laws and way of life and replace it with their vile code of ethics. All done right under your own stupid fucking noses. They rape your children then you prosecute those who speak out.

    The Brits are as puke-worthy as those hideous Swedish shitballs. Fuck the Europeans, all of them!

  • pdxnag

    You cannot drive back “extremism” in Islam without making sure that all Muslims are illiterate and then only you orally fill their heads with complete falsehoods about the true nature of Islam.

  • Alain

    The lie of Islamic extremism or radicalised Muslims refuses to die. It is like claiming there were moderate Nazis and radicalised Nazis and the same with communists. I have run out of tolerance for this insult to our intelligence.