Blind Muslim Trust Experiment – Stockholm

I’m a muslim, not the same as a terrorist. Do you trust me? I trust you! I’m a muslim, not the same as a terrorist. Do you trust me? I trust you! I trust you. I trust you. Fantastic! Of course I trust you! Thank you. Of course.. Hey! Hello! Continue Reading

Che Guevara promoted on Swedish TV children’s show (with subtitles)

This is the first tattoo I got myself. Who’s the man in the picture on your arm? It’s a guy I think stood for a lot of good stuff. His name is Che Guevara. I did his picture here, and then there’s a bit of writing. What does it say? Continue Reading

State of Surveillance: Police, Privacy and Technology

Narrator: FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM IS PROVIDED BY THE GRUBER FAMILY FOUNDATION AND BY THE MEMBERS OF KQED. A CO-PRODUCTION OF KQED AND THE CENTER FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING. Vu: CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES CHANGING THE WAY POLICE FIGHT CRIME. McNutt: WHAT WE ESSENTIALLY DO IS A LIVE VERSION OF GOOGLE EARTH, ONLY Continue Reading

ISIS – summary of the war against Islamic State

At the end of November 2017, it went almost unnoticed that the so-called Islamic State, the terror organization that captivated global attention, lost the last cities it controlled in the Middle East. How did this group succeed, in a matter of months, to control at its peak a territory as Continue Reading

I Am NOT A Terrorist! – Mean Kids At School

It was at primary school that I started to wear scarves as I was muslim, and every time I used to go to school, everyone used to make fun of me because I’m a muslim and… “you know those terrorist attacks.” There was this one time where some girl in Continue Reading

Japan vs. The Islamic State

The Girls Who Fled To Syria: Groomed By The Islamic State

Kanaka matsarata Kalka Methuselah love white button was one in my definition life is to be a puzzle the man that’s the goal the goal of your entire life and thinking about our daughter day and night she asking me I don’t want to contact anyone I change my number Continue Reading

Pinned Down by the Islamic State: The Road to Mosul (Part 1)

State of Democracy: Robert Grenier

(mellow music) – It’s a great pleasure to be welcoming you to this lecture in the State of Democracy series. I’m Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. It’s the institute that coordinates these events and it’s great for us to be able to host Robert Grenier for Continue Reading

My descent into America’s neo-Nazi movement & how I got out | Christian Picciolini | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Cihan Ekmekçi Reviewer: Jake Eberts My journey away from violent extremism began 22 years ago, when I denounced racism and left the American white supremacist skinhead movement that I had helped build. (Cheers) (Applause) I was just 22 years old at the time, but I had already spent eight Continue Reading