Daesh doesn’t want you to know the facts

Life isn’t just ‘Yes / No’ or ‘You must / must not.’ It is much more complicated than that. Extremism is intolerant of different points of view and extremists see everything only through the filter of their own radicalised preconceptions.

So how can we spot the signs of radicalisation? What is the difference between faith and ideology? How do we separate facts from misconceptions?

Watch and share these videos. They contain useful advice for anyone wanting to unite with our cause, or worried about family or friends at risk of being radicalised.

FATE - Families against Terrorism and Extremism

Our families have endured enough. There is a better way. FATE connects activist groups however small into a network of like-minded families.

Dinner Table

The agony and fear of losing a loved one is universal to us all.
We all share it. The pain of emptiness, longing and anger can be overwhelming.
But worse than losing a loved one, is losing a loved one to violent extremism. A tragedy that can be prevented. The days, weeks, months, years waiting for them to return.
A pain that is shared by the whole family. A pain that can be avoided.

Families The Key To Countering Violent Extremism

Families Against Terrorism and Extremism (FATE) has released the first major study of civil society approaches to countering violent extremism in North Africa.

The new report highlights the crucial role and influence of family members in combatting violent extremism and radicalisation in Morocco and Tunisia. The report is released in advance of the November FATE Summit which will unite families that have been affected by violent extremism.

 To download the report, please click here.

Radicalised - FATE

Spot the signs.