Because of course he is.
"Is it the right approach to deplatform these individuals? Is the right approach to try and engage with these individuals? How should we be thinking about this? What actually works?"
Google saw an issue with moderating the Christchurch terrorist’s so-called manifesto in part because of its length, telling moderators to mark potential copies or sections as “Terrorist Content” if they were unsure.
"People don't care about facts as much as they think they do," says Natalie Wynn
Anjem Choudary's group had inspired more than 100 radicals to join ISIS. He'd only served half his sentence.
It's no accident that young white guys with a fondness for the darkest part of the internet are descending into far-right violence.
Jack Letts’ parents deny he is a member of ISIS and want Canada to allow him to settle in the country
Canada's spies say new fitness routines and switching to encrypted messaging apps could be signs a radicalized person is about to become violent
El Mahdi Jamali and Sabrine Djermane will work as consultants for the deradicalization centre in Montreal