MIT Technology Review covers the work of Muflehun and others to counter radicalization through online interventions on social media.
Executive Director Humera Khan talks to Bob Garfield of NPR- On The Media about “Internet Indoctrination,” focusing on the ISIS online appeal to youth, and how parents can counter it.
New York Times covers the efforts of Muflehun and ADAMS in protecting youth from radicalization and countering violent extremism in the US.
Foreign Affairs publishes article by Executive Director Humera Khan about the failures of counter violent extremism policy and efforts, highlighting the challenges and ways to overcome them.
Executive Director Humera Khan talks to OSCE.
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Muflehun launched a new “Fiqh or Fiqhtion?” interactive workshop series for youth at Muslim Spring Camp, attended by 120 youth from four of the largest mosques in the DC metro area.
This interactive session with 13-18 year old attendees was aimed at helping youth differentiate between extremist ideologies and mainstream religious teaching through Q/A and dialogue.
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