Feb 23, 2021
Former anti-terror police chief ‘shocked’ by the scale of extremism online
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A FORMER anti-terror police chief says he has been left shocked by the scale of extremism online.
Sir Mark Rowley spoke as the Commission for Countering Extremism said children as young as 12 were being lured on to hate-filled web forums.3A former anti-terror cop said he was 'horrified' by the scale of extremism onlineCredit: Alamy
Sir Mark, who led its review, said: “I have been shocked and horrified by the ghastliness and volume of hateful extremist materials, and behaviour which is lawful.
“Current legal boundaries allow extremists to operate with impunity.
“Hateful extremism is creating an ever-bigger pool for terrorists to recruit from, as well as increasing violence, hate crime and tensions between communities."3Sir Mark Rowley called for a toughening of the laws on extremismCredit: EPA 3Children as young as 12 were being lured on to hate-filled web forumsCredit: Alamy Most read in NewsLive BlogPOLITICS LIVESocial distancing laws to be SCRAPPED & we must live with virus, Hancock saysWEMBERGLEE!Wembley to hold 90k fans at Euro final by using NHS app to show who has had jabKNIFE TERRORKnifewoman whispered 'sorry princess' as she knifed pal tied to bed 18 timesTV STAR SEARCHIbiza Weekender star, 21, found safe after going missing for 5 daysPicturedPAWNBROKER MURDERFamily 'devastated' as man, 21, knifed to death outside Cash ConvertersPOLE STAR TORMENTBritish pole-dancing champion, 27, hanged herself after lockdown struggle
The CCE, set up after 2017’s London Bridge atrocities, said legal loopholes allowed far right and Islamic fanaticism online.
Its report said one in six 16 to 24-year-olds now thought the Holocaust was a lie or exaggerated.
The CCE called for a toughening of the laws on extremism and stronger sanctions on big tech and social media companies.The Face Of Terror explores stories of people fighting for truth and justice following acts of terror
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Meeting between Mark Carnew and the new US Secretary of State
Canadian Foreign Minister Mark Carnegie on Friday spoke with his new US opponent, Anthony Blingen, specifically about Iran and China.
In a statement sent in the evening, Minister Carnegie’s office said the two had tried to adopt a common approach to the Chinese company, but it was unclear whether they had arrived.
We know that the US Secretary of State has pledged to work with Ottawa to secure the release of Canadians Michael Gowrick and Michael Spear, who have been detained in China for more than two years.
This is a matter of concern in Canadian-US relations because Meng Wanzhou, the head of the Chinese company Hawaii, was imprisoned in Vancouver following the arrest of “two Michael”.
Iran on the agenda
The US strike, which targeted Iranian installations in Syria, also raised the issue of Iran two days later, the first major decision in the Biden administration’s international policy.
As Canada was dragged down by the Islamic regime in Tehran, Minister Corneo reiterated the importance of getting answers for the families of the victims of the PS752 flight.
Recall that on January 8, 2020, 55 Canadian civilians and 30 permanent residents lost their lives after being hit by an Iranian missile on this Ukraine International Airlines flight.
The incident came amid mounting tensions between Iran and the United States, after the administration executed powerful Iranian General Gossem Solomon.
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