Christchurch. Pittsburgh. New York. London. Tel Aviv. Bali. Barcelona. Quebec City. Manchester. Paris. Stockholm. Ottawa. Berlin. Hamburg. Jerusalem. Charlottesville. Normandy. Orlando. Brussels. Marseille. Mumbai. Charleston. Madrid. Philadelphia. Istanbul. San Bernardino. On and on it goes.
The thread that connects these cities and many more is that the terrorists – both white supremacists and jihadists – who carried out these heinous acts of violence were at least in part radicalized after consuming hateful content on the internet.
It is increasingly clear that online hate and radicalization can fuel and foreshadow real-world violence.
This. Must. Stop.
While most Canadians reject these dangerous ideologies, Canada is not immune from this threat which knows no borders.
You have a role. Take Action!
|Joel Reitman||Jeffrey Rosenthal|
|Co-Chair CIJA Board||Co-Chair CIJA Board|