Virtual Caliphate: Islamic Extremists and Their Websites
by James Brandon
Publisher: Centre for Social Cohesion 2008
Number of pages: 113
Islamic extremists increasingly see the internet as one of their most important weapons, allowing them to communicate with their supporters and win new followers around the world. Virtual Caliphate shows how Islamic extremists in the United Kingdom have established dedicated websites in order to circumvent British anti-terrorism measures introduced after July 2005.
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