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The growth of radicalism, extremism and foreign religious expansion helping the spread of the terrorist ideology is seen in Russia
The growth of radicalism, extremism and foreign religious expansion helping the spread of the terrorist ideology is seen in Russia, Federal Security Service Director Nikolai Patrushev said. Patrushev, who is also chairman of the National Antiterrorist Committee, said another reason for concern was the spread of extremist and terrorist printed and Internet materials. “According to information of experts, there are about 5,000 sites that are actively used by extremist organisations and groups that spread in the net practical guidelines for the organisation of the clandestine activity, the manufacture of home-made explosive devices, the choice of facilities for terrorist acts,” Patrushev said. This prompts the need for NAC’s “additional measures for countering the ideology of terrorism, including by the counter-propagandist activity”. Institutions of civil society and the mass media should play an important role in this activity, Patrushev said. He also said “the holding Group IMA has developed a plan of measures for information and propagandist support of the struggle against terrorism.”
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