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15 Years of Terror 

Investigate the psychology of a terrorist and examine how radical organizations have grown to make use of modern propaganda and social media tools in order to cultivate an army of self-radicalized killers.

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Miles O'Brien

Writer:

Miles O'Brien
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Episode credited cast:
Abu Muhammad Al-Amriki ... Himself (archive footage)
Peter Bergen ... Himself - Author, United States of Jihad
J.M. Berger ... Himself - George Washington University Program on Extremism
Monika Bickert ... Herself - Head of Global Policy Management, Facebook
John Carlin ... Himself - Assistant Attorney General for National Security
Marina Chernikova ... Herself - University of Maryland graduate student
Hany Farid ... Himself - Digital Forensic Expert
Michael Frederick Michael Frederick ... Omar Hammami (voice)
Omar Hammami ... Himself (archive footage)
Shafik Hammami ... Himself - Omar's Father (archive footage)
Humera Khan ... Herself - Expert, Countering Violent Extremism
Daniel Koehler ... Himself - German Institute on Radicalization and De-radicalization Studies
Arie Kruglanski ... Himself - University of Maryland
Mara Lins ... Herself
Miles O'Brien ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Investigate the psychology of a terrorist and examine how radical organizations have grown to make use of modern propaganda and social media tools in order to cultivate an army of self-radicalized killers.

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Documentary

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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Very one sided view of terrorism
4 July 2018 | by kittycatbartonSee all my reviews

If you're looking for a documentary that shows one fraction of terrorism, then this is for you. It begins on the premise that terrorism began from 9/11, I can concur that terrorism has changed in the years since the birth of social media, but it's not new. The KKK were committing acts of terror decades before, on American soil, against American people. The far right were never mentioned, nor were any other known terrorism groups, only Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Nor was there any discussion of what terrorism is. For example they showed the capture of Bin Laden as if they only bombed a few, very select, targets, never was there a mention how for many people in Afghanistan, they may view the Western troops as terrorist invaders. No mention of the terror atrocities committed against Palestine by the Israeli government.


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