Extremist websites skyrocketing, says Interpol

The sharp growth in extremist websites is making recruitment much easier for al-Qaeda, according to Interpol head Ronald Noble.”The threat is global, it is virtual and it is on our doorsteps,” he said.Mr Noble told a conference of police chiefs in Paris there were 12 sites in 1998 and 4,500 by 2006.He said tackling radicalisation had been made far harder by the internet because many of the activities involved were not criminal.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11382124Also see:Al Qaeda targeting young web users: Interpol
Interpol says the sharp growth in extremist websites is making recruitment much easier for Al Qaeda.Interpol head Ronald Noble has told a conference of police chiefs in Paris there were 12 sites in 1998 and 4,500 by 2006.
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