COPASIR urges law agst jihadi radicalization

Web, prisons still hotbeds for jihadist propaganda says panel

(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 26 - Parliamentary secret service oversight body COPASIR on Tuesday called for an urgent new law against jihadi radicalization in Italy saying "more incisive" action was needed on a par with other European countries.
    The Web and prisons are still hotbeds for spreading jihadi propaganda, COPASIR said.
    Over the last year, the committee said, 71 jihadists have been expelled from Italy and 144 foreign fighters have been monitored. (ANSA).
   

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