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Al Jazeera’s Arabic-language service, which is owned by the state-owned broadcaster, has launched a new campaign to counter online extremism.
The campaign aims to counter extremist content with educational programmes and to prevent radicalisation.
Al Jazeera has also launched a website in Arabic to offer support for the victims of extremist activities.
The aim is to protect children from extremist material and help them develop the skills necessary to stay safe online.
The new campaign will also focus on countering the propaganda spread by some online platforms and online groups.
Al Arabiya’s director general, Ammar Al Jassim, said the aim of the campaign is to “fight extremism”.
He added that the Al Jazeera news service was “actively involved” in the project and that it had developed its own programmes, including one called “The Struggle”.
“The aim is for our newsroom and the news media to work together, so that the information is shared with the community,” he said.
“Our aim is that it will be the voice of the people, and not just the voice for the state, but also for the media.”
Al Jazeera reported that the campaign will target content that promotes terrorism, extremism and violent behaviour.
“The campaign is designed to target those who promote and propagate hate, and to fight extremist content that is inciting violence, including messages that glorify terrorism, glorify violence and encourage others to join the armed struggle,” the network reported.
The programme will also target individuals and groups who promote hatred and violence, it said.
Al Jasim said that the program will not be limited to online platforms.
It will also be available in Arabic and will also include a video interview.
Al jassim said Al Jazeera had been working with the Turkish government on the project for more than a year.
“We have been working on this project for almost five years,” he told Al Jazeera.
“And we have been actively involved, because we believe that we have to protect our journalists and our colleagues and to have a voice, because they are in the heart of the country.”
Al Josama, the director of Al Jazeera Arab, said Al Arabiyah was also working with other media outlets and social media platforms to fight online extremism, including with the Twitter hashtag #StopTheISIS, which he said had become a trending topic on the service.
“I think that Twitter has become a very important tool in our fight against this phenomenon,” he added.
“It has become very important that we continue to engage with the media, with social media and with the other social media, because our voices are not just limited to Twitter.”
He said Al Jazeera had a team of around five journalists working on the issue, but added that they would not be working exclusively on the social media platform.
“They have been there all the time, but they are not the ones who are going to lead the fight on social media,” he explained.
“But we will not leave our work alone.”
Al Arabia reported that Al Jazeera was also involved in a project called “Analysing the Digital Age”, which aims to develop tools to fight extremism online.
“There are a lot of tools available that help us in combating online extremism and radicalisation,” Al Jasser said.
“These institutions, which have been set up to protect their own people and protect their interests, are being dismantled.” “
Al Jasim said he hoped that Al Arabiyas new program would be adopted by other media organisations. “
These institutions, which have been set up to protect their own people and protect their interests, are being dismantled.”
Al Jasim said he hoped that Al Arabiyas new program would be adopted by other media organisations.
“What we are trying to do is to make sure that the media works together,” he noted.
Al Jasimi said that Al Jassem and Al Jusama would soon launch a campaign on social networks to encourage their colleagues to join.
“A few of our colleagues are very concerned about this issue,” he commented.
Al Jemal said the campaign would be aimed at young people, particularly girls, and that Al Jemali had received support from the government, as well as from other media.
“If the people are concerned, I hope they will say, ‘Hey, this is something that I want to contribute’,” he said, adding that he was optimistic about the project’s prospects.
Al Jemami said the initiative would also address the problem of “white supremacy”, which had been “a big issue for a long time”. “
This is something we can do together, and I am really happy that this is happening.”
Al Jemami said the initiative would also address the problem of “white supremacy”, which had been “a big issue for a long time”.
He said that, at least in recent times, the issue had received a lot more attention.
“Now, we have a