2 0 / Redirect Method Canada Introduction What is the Redirect Method? The Redirect Method uses targeted advertising to connect people searching the internet for violent extremist content with constructive alternative messages. Piloted by Jigsaw and Moonshot CVE and rolled out internationally in partnership with tech companies, governments and grassroots organizations, the Redirect Method combines pre-existing video content made by communities across the globe, including content not created for the explicit purpose of counter-messaging, to challenge ISIS and Al Qaeda and Violent Far-Right narratives. In 018 Moonshot CVE worked closely with Jigsaw to launch an update to the global Redirect methodology, which aims to increase the likelihood that at-risk individuals engage with and consume the content served to them by the Redirect Method. The main objectives of the new Redirect Method are to prioritize the user experience and redefine counter-narratives. Our methodology recognizes that content that was not created for the purpose of counter-messaging has the capacity to undermine extremist narratives when curated, organized and targeted effectively. This approach mitigates the risk of lower retention rates resulting from bait-and-switch advertising, in which individuals are presented with content that differs significantly from what that they were searching for. What is Canada Redirect? In February 019, Moonshot launched The Redirect Method with funding from the Community Resilience Fund and in collaboration with the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Violence Prevention at Public Safety Canada. Canada Redirect was first deployed across all 13 Canadian provinces and territories, and in June 019 our campaigns were subdivided to incorporate 353 postcodes in Canada s six largest cities. These localized campaigns enabled Moonshot to collect granular data on extremist search appetite, test experimental messaging, and explore the viability of providing at-risk users with content and services in their community. Using the updated Redirect Method, Canada Redirect aimed to reach at-risk users with content that aligned as closely as possible with what they were searching for. Moonshot used subject-matter expertise and in-house knowledge to match relevant counter-narratives to their respective target audiences. This approach taps into a range of content ecosystems, such as music, gaming, and literature, to deliver alternative messaging that contrasts with the extremist content a user may be searching for, such as neo-nazi manifestos or an ISIS nasheed. Moonshot adapted the Redirect Method to include content specific to the Canadian context in order to increase the relevance and impact of counter-narratives to the Canadian at-risk audience. This report details Canada Redirect s project phases, achievements, and findings from our digital campaigns, which were deployed across Canada for over a year, from 1 February 019 to 3 March 00.
3 5::07 / 15::8 03 / Redirect Method Canada How Did We Engage At-Risk Canadians? Methodology Redirect Canada used online advertising tools and curated content from YouTube to confront online radicalization across the country. Moonshot developed campaigns to counter two types of violent extremist content: IS and AQ-inspired content and Violent Far Right content. For the purposes of the campaign, we defined the Violent Far Right as groups and individuals who incite violence and promote conspiracy theories on the basis of anti-government, white nationalist, anti-immigrant and racist ideologies. The campaigns targeted individuals susceptible to extremist messaging on the basis of their Google keyword searches, and redirected thousands of them to videos that undermined relevant themes or content specific to each search - for example, an ISIS video, a violent far-right conspiracy theory, or a piece of neo-nazi literature. When a Canadian searched Google for a keyword that demonstrated their curiosity or engagement with a violent ideology or movement, such as Join Blood and Honour, they landed on a search results page featuring one of our ads. These ads appeared above the organic search results, and as such aimed not to censor them, but to offer an alternative to the often harmful content found there. The ads hence acted to safeguard a user s search by offering them contextual, credible and safe content that challenged extremist beliefs. Campaign Highlights 171,38 Searched Google users in Canada who searched for any of the 7,000+ predetermined keywords in Moonshot s English, French and Arabic databases were served customized ads. When a user sees an online ad, it is counted as an impression. Prepare for race war,583 Clicked A tailored message appeared at the top of users search results pages. It offered an alternative to extremist content, and prompted users to engage with the ad to learn more. Threatttts tttto your identtttitttty. Should you be worried? Ad wwwwwwwww.youttube.com Find outt more and decide for yourself. Make up your mind here. 3,960 Video Views Canadians watched Moonshot s playlists thousands of times, consuming 58 hours of alternative and counter content during the project. Many videos demonstrated an approach to ideological redirection that focused on eliciting viewers emotions and empathy, and highlighted the toxic culture within extremist groups and the value of dialogue and diversity in Canadian society.
4 04 / Redirect Method Canada Audience Insights In Canada, internet users aged 5-34 are the most interested in violent extremist content. This was true for both ISIS and Al Qaeda and Violent Far-Right (VFR) users. Consequently, future strategic communications could place greater emphasis on messaging to this group, including for instance ad text that addresses the unique challenges Canadians face at this age. Conspiracy theories that fuel VFR ideologies are extraordinarily popular and must be challenged with new and creative solutions. Searchers in both French and English sought information on white supremacist conspiracies such as the Kalergi Plan, The Great Replacement, and White Genocide at an alarming rate - more than 5,000 searches over the course of the campaign. These conspiracy theories can provide an entry point to the curious and cognitive reinforcement to the committed. While providing tailored, conspiracy-specific playlists did not generate a statistically significant increase in view time, other approaches should be tested and applied to deal with this challenge. Users seeking information on VFR extremist groups are disproportionately likely to engage with Redirect content. Over the course of the campaigns, users looking for information on VFR groups clicked through to our content at more than twice the average of all categories (4.1% CTR, compared to an overall average of 1.7%). This suggests that individuals who are seeking to learn about or engage with these groups are also more willing to engage with counter and alternative content. This could be a valuable opportunity for future campaigns and interventions. Music provides a unique opportunity to keep the attention of VFR at-risk users. Based on average watch-time, our Music playlists sustained the attention of viewers significantly more than others (104 seconds, compared to an average of 66 seconds). Future campaigns should build on this success, and continue to experiment with new methods to engage these users. Though smaller in comparison, ISIS and Al Qaeda related search activity remains a nationwide problem. While the vast majority of searches came from Ontario and Québec, Redirect Canada recorded searches in every province and territory in Canada. While their age and gender demographics mirror the VFR at-risk population, their searches focus more on higher-risk activity, including searches that indicate a desire to harm. Age and Gender Distribution of Violent Far-Right Searches 9% 19% 19% 16% 10% 9% Male 75% Female 5% Age and Gender Distribution of ISIS and AQ-Related Searches 1% 4% 18% 16% 1% 10% Male 75% Female 5%
5 05 / Redirect Method Canada Conclusions and Lessons Learned Over the course of 18 months, Moonshot CVE safeguarded hundreds of thousands of searches across Canada in two ideologies and three languages. We accomplished this work through productive collaboration with local partners, former extremists, translators and subject matter experts. We built and deployed custom databases of tens of thousands of indicators, designed our first-ever Frenchlanguage database for the Violent Far-Right, and continuously improved the campaigns, resulting in double and even triple-digit percent increases in search traffic captured and users engaged during the life of the campaigns. More than mere statistics, these achievements demonstrate a tighter focus on and a longer reach toward the at-risk population in Canada, and a higher likelihood of redirecting these users away from harmful content online. Throughout Canada Redirect, Moonshot also tested a range of theoretical and practical hypotheses related to online counter-messaging and shared these findings with the wider CVE community. Many of these lessons emerged from the independent monitoring and evaluation efforts of Dr. Mick Williams, while others are the result of longitudinal data analysis and the day-to-day insights that emerged over the course of the project. Campaign Lessons Learned Risk assessment and risk-rating are critical to conducting ethical strategic communications, and their rigour can be evaluated. Practitioners need to ensure they are using rigorous, methodologically sound processes to target their messaging using a risk-driven approach. Moonshot verified the rigour of its risk-rating system during Canada Redirect through structured inter-rater reliability testing managed by our external monitoring & evaluation consultant. This approach evaluated not just the risk-rating system s logic, but also how the ratings are applied by multiple raters. The evaluation confirmed that both the logic and process met customary social science standards. Online programming should not be exempt from such standards or scrutiny. More and better indicators are essential to success. While Moonshot steadily enhanced and optimised many aspects of the campaign, no one improvement had a greater impact than the continuous expansion of our indicators databases. This expansion, born of intensive research and collaboration with experts and translators, fuelled a large increase in impressions and clicks during the last six months of the project. While more complex and sophisticated marketing strategies may show promise, there is no substitute for being where your audience is. For the Redirect Method, that means using extensive indicators to advertise as widely and deeply as possible. Customization and targeting do not guarantee success. Digital marketing strategies understandably emphasize the importance of a rich user experience, often achieved by providing the user with hyper-relevant content. We tested this theory during our experimentation phase by creating more targeted ads and playlists, but found that viewership did not increase to a statistically significant degree. This finding reminds us that ideas that make intuitive sense are not necessarily proven out empirically.
6 06 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Data Analysis: The Violent Far-Right Introduction Violent Far-Right (VFR) groups have been active in Canada for decades and have increased their membership and activity over the past several years. 1 While there were over one hundred active far-right groups operating in Canada in 015, it is estimated that this number doubled since the US presidential election in 016 and that groups that previously struggled to maintain a support base have grown significantly. 3 The xenophobic rhetoric accompanying the election and its aftermath arguably emboldened existing far-right groups and generated interest among new demographics not traditionally associated with Violent Far-Right ideology. However, the extent of interest and support these groups receive online across Canada is not yet well understood. Canada Redirect focused on measuring and countering Violent Far-Right activity in the online space, collecting search traffic from different VFR ideological streams, including neo-nazis, the Three Percenters and the KKK. During the course of the project, Moonshot expanded its English search term database to include over 6,000 unique search terms, and also developed a first-of-its-kind French VFR search term database, with over 31,000 unique search terms. Canada Redirect used these databases to advertise alternative and counter content to at-risk users searching for VFR content across the country. The search data captured by this approach also provides unique insights into users appetite for online extremist content, the type of content they are interested in, as well as demographic data on at-risk audiences across the country. Based on a recent study of US-based internet users, Google Search users engage with ads at an average rate of 3.17%. 4 This number varies widely depending on the product, service or cause being advertised. When we conducted campaigns in the United States similar to those covered by this report, 5 our audience engaged with our ads at an average rate of.39%. In both campaigns in which Moonshot was redirecting at-risk users, it is important to acknowledge that the unique nature of our at-risk audiences and the desired outcomes of our campaigns are hard to compare accurately to generic digital marketing campaigns. However, adding to the knowledge base for this niche area of ad campaigning is one of the auxiliary benefits of projects like this. It can help establish appropriate and accurate measurements of success for future projects hoping to achieve similar outcomes. Overall Campaign Figures CTR English 151,604, % French 3, % Overall 155,589, % 1. Perry, B and R. Scrivens. (015). Right-Wing Extremism in Canada: An Environmental Scan. Ottawa: Public Safety Canada. Available at: Perry, B. and R. Scrivens. (019) Right-wing Extremism In Canada. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan Iblid. 4. Wordstream (00). Google Ads Benchmarks. Available at: 5. ADL. (00). Redirect Method Yields Valuable Insights for Countering Online Extremism. Available at:
7 07 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right What Violent Far-Right Music Are Canadians Listening To? Music is an integral part of the Violent Far-Right landscape. Not only instrumental in circulating extremist ideology, it is also a tool for the recruitment and indoctrination of new members to the VFR subculture. 6 VFR music allows groups to create a sense of solidarity against percieved cultural threats such as immigration or Islam, 7 and extends across many styles and genres, thus appealing to a wide audience. 0,65 69 CTR 0.33% Gender Analysis Similar to the Radio and Podcast category, the male at risk audience for Music is higher than the overall average, producing 8% of recorded search impressions. Male 8% Female 18% Provincial Spotlight Ontario Population: 14,193,384 9,75 Per 100k: The per capita impressions for Music indicate that searches are highest in Ontario, followed by Nova Scotia and British Columbia. 1. Nine out of the top 10 artists recorded the highest number of absolute search impressions in Ontario - the exception being the NSBM band Grand Belial s Key, which is most popular in Québec. Examples include Željko Grmuša, Burzum, Mr. Bond, and Blink Per capita searches for Nazi anthems and Rock Against Communism (RAC) songs were highest in Manitoba. The RAC genre includes the bands RAHOWA, Brutal Attack, and Skrewdriver. 3. Hatecore music was most popular in Newfoundland and Labrador. Per capita, the province had nearly twice as many searches for the genre as the next highest province, Alberta. City Spotlight Vancouver Population: 835, Per 10k: 6.6 Vancouver and Ottawa are both hotspots for VFR Music. Search impressions per capita were 38% above the average for our localized campaigns in Vancouver, and 36% in Ottawa. 1. Vancouver had the highest impression share per capita for both National Socialist Black Metal and Rock against Communism. The English RAC band Screwdriver was most searched for in absolute numbers in Vancouver, totalling 60% of all localized search impressions.. The American White Power group Blue Eyed Devils music was most searched for in Toronto (38% of all search impressions in the localized campaigns). Over 5% of Toronto-based searches came from the downtown entertainment districts M5A and M5V. 3. Edmonton had the highest impressions share per capita for Hatecore music. The prominent bands were Blue Eyed Devils and Vaginal Jesus. Over 60% of searches for the latter band took place in T5X (East Castle Downs) and in T6W (Heritage Valley). Overall Weekly Radio and Podcast Timeline The highest spike in clicks was measured on this day, in which Blue Eyed Devils received 5 clicks and Grand Belial s Key Mocking the Philanthropist clicks. Blink 1488 was searched for 88 times in this week, which is four times higher than the national weekly average of searches. Aside from this, Ashkenazi Mr Bond was searched for a 150% more often this week in comparison to the average across Canada Feb 19 1 Mar 19 6 Mar 19 0 Apr Apr Apr 19 3 Apr Apr May May 19 1 May 19 8 May Jun Jun Jun 19 5 Jun 19 0 Jul Jul Jul 19 3 Jul Jul Aug Aug 19 0 Aug 19 7 Aug Sep Sep Sep 19 4 Sep Oct Oct Oct 19 Oct 19 9 Oct Nov 19 1 Nov Nov 19 6 Nov Dec Dec Dec 19 4 Dec Dec Jan 0 14 Jan 0 1 Jan 0 8 Jan 0 04 Feb 0 11 Feb 0 18 Feb 0 5 Feb 0 03 Mar 0 10 Mar 0 17 Mar 0 6. Dyck, K. (015). The (Un)Popularity of White-Power Music. In S. A. Wilson (Ed.), Music at the Extremes: Essays on Sounds Outside the Mainstream (pp ). Jefferson, NC: McFarland 7. Perry, B. and R. Scrivens (019). Right Wing Extremism in Canada, Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave.
8 08 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Who Are the Most Influential VFR Personalities in Canada? Influential personalities continue to play a crucial role within the Violent Far-Right, including historical figures such as Adolf Hitler and Mussolini, and contemporary extremists such as Brenton Tarrant and Anders Breivik. Their influence is typically achieved through attacks they have committed (e.g. Anders Breivik), the content they wrote or produced (Hitler s Mein Kampf; Lauren Southern white genocide documentary Farmlands), or the group activities that they participated in (Francesca Rizzi s victory in the Miss Hitler competition). Due to the varied backgrounds of each influential personality, it is important to examine their unique role within far-right extremism, particularly in Canada. Provincial Spotlight Nova Scotia Population: 953, Per 100k: The highest per capita searches were recorded in Nova Scotia, followed by British Columbia and Ontario. The top keyword across the three provinces was Hitler was right. Across all provinces Hitler was by far the most prominent influential personality.. By absolute number of search impressions, Québec ranked second highest with 304. About 40% of searches came from 49 unique s in the Montréal-Laval area, with H3C (Griffintown), H1P (St. Leonard) and H9R (Pointe-Claire) recording the highest searches. 3. A total of 30 searches for the incel extremist Elliot Rodger in the variation of Saint Elliot occurred in Canada, particularly in Ontario (43% of the total) and Québec (30%). Three searches came from M3J in Toronto, which is also the location of York University. Top 10 Influential Personality Searches % of Total Hitler was right % Hitler is right % Hitler hero % Saint Tarrant % Why Hitler was right % Hitler legend 45.45% Saint Hitler 44.39% Saint Elliot % George Zimmerman hero 1.0% Francesca Rizzi Miss Hitler % Search Traffic Supporting or Glorifying Hitler and Brenton Tarrant Hitler Brenton Tarrant s referring to Hitler expanded in the Canada Redirect database. The search phrase Hitler was right spiked in this week, recording 88 searches, double its weekly average. In our localized campaigns, Montréal-Laval recorded the highest number of searches (15). They primarily came from two s: H4M in Saint-Laurent (7 searches) and H9R in Pointe-Claire (6 searches). During this week, Saint Tarrant was searched for six times more than the average week (9 times). The spike occured in the week that marked the one year anniversary of the 019 Christchurch attack. Searches came from across the country Apr Jun Jun Jul 19 3 Jul Jul Aug Aug 19 0 Aug 19 7 Aug Sep Sep Sep 19 4 Sep Oct Oct Oct 19 Oct 19 9 Oct Nov 19 1 Nov Nov 19 6 Nov Dec Dec Dec 19 4 Dec Dec Jan 0 14 Jan 0 1 Jan 0 8 Jan 0 04 Feb 0 11 Feb 0 18 Feb 0 5 Feb 0 03 Mar 0 10 Mar 0 17 Mar 0
9 09 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Geographic Analysis Ranking of Provinces and Territories by Absolute Number of Searches Province / Territory Ontario 69,544 Québec 5,44 British Columbia 4,799 Alberta 17,631 4,687 Manitoba 4,655 Saskatchewan 4,156 New Brunswick,537 Newfoundland and Labrador 1,585 Prince Edward Island 468 Yukon 151 Northwest Territories 103 Nunavut Yukon Northwest Territories British Columbia Alberta Nunavut Saskatchewan Nova Scotia Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba Ontario Quebec Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia 9 New Brunswick Ranking of Provinces and Territories Weighted per 100,000 Population Province / Territory Nova Scotia Ontario Alberta Yukon Saskatchewan Manitoba New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Québec Newfoundland and Labrador Northwest Territories Nunavut 76.3 Yukon Northwest Territories British Columbia Alberta Nunavut Saskatchewan British Columbia Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba Ontario Quebec Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick
10 V5W 10 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Vancouver Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population V6G 550 V6G 0. V5N 336 V6A 319 V5K 66 V7W V7S V7V V7T V7P V7R V7K V7N V7J V7M V7L V7H V7G V6T V6A V6C V7W V7S V7V V7T V7P V7R V7K V7N V7J V7M V7L V7H V7G V5M 65 V6T 44 V6P 05 V6K 19 V7M 164 V6T V6R V6K V6S V6L V6N V6G V6C V6E V6B V6A V6Z V5T V6H V6J V5V V5Z V5Y V6M V5W V6P V5X V5L V5N V5P V5K V5M V5R V5S V5K V5M V5N V5Y V7M 81.6 V6T V6R V6K V6S V6L V6N V6G V6C V6E V6B V6Z V6H V6J V5Z V5Y V6M V6P V5X V6A V5T V5V V5L V5N V5P V5K V5M V5R V5S V5Y 155 V6M and Timeline Searches for Heil Hitler 130% higher than the weekly average Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct 019 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan 00 1 Jan 00 8 Jan Feb Feb Feb 00 5 Feb Mar Mar Mar 00 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 44.1% Conspiracy Theory 14.5% Music 11.% Desire to Harm 5.8% Videos 5.0% Top 3 s per Language English % Le Grand Remplacement 58.3% The Kalergi Plan Sieg Heil 9.4% French 9.5% Le plan Kalergi 41.7%
11 M9W 11 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Toronto Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population M1X M1X M5A 644 MH M1W M1V M1B M3K 45.1 MH M1W M1V M1B M3J 455 M5V 416 M6J 36 MN 74 M3K 55 M9C 54 M1S MM MJ M1T MR MK MN M3J M1P M9L M3N ML MP M3A M1R M3H M3B M9V M9M M3L M3K M3M M5M M1K M4N M4A M6A M3C M9C M6L M5N M4R M4P M1L M9N M6B M4G M4B M4H M4S M6M M5P M9P M6C M4C M4T M6E M9R M4V M4J M1N M4W M4K M4E M6N M5R M6G M9A M4Y M4X M6H M5S M4L M6P M4M M9B M5A M8X M5T M6S M6J M5B M6R M5J M5G M5V M6K M5C M8Y M5E M5W M8Z M5H M5X M5J M5V M1H M1G M1J M1M M1E M1C M3J M4T M5A M5J M4A M8Z M9V M9W M9C M9L M9R M9B M9M M9P M9A M3N M3L M9N M8Z M8X M3M M3J M8Y M6L M6M M6N M6S M3K M6P M6A MR M3H M6B M6E M6R M6H M6C M5H M5X MM M5N M6G M6K MN M5M M5P M6J M4R MP M4V M5R M5S M5T M5V M4N M4P M4S M4T M5V MK M4W M4Y M5J ML M4G M4X M5J M3B M5A M5E M4K MJ M3C M4H M4J M4M M3A M4A M4B M4L M4C M1T M1R M4E M1L M1S M1N M5B M5G M5C M5W M1P M1K M1H M1J M1M M1G M1E M1C MR 46 M8W M8V M5S M8W M8V M9W 36 M1C 35 M6J M8W 96.6 *Due to the small size or population of several Toronto s, a campaign for Downtown Toronto was created to incorporate the following postcodes: M5G, M5B, M5H, M5C, M5X, M5K, M5L, M5E, M7A and M5W. and Timeline % of engagements were for keywords related to The Turner Diaries. Spike in searches for The Turner Diaries. Increased search traffic for popular VFR keywords such as sieg heil and kalergi plan, and a 380% increase in anti-antifa keywords. 16% increase in 1488 related keyword searches compared to the previous week. Nearly 30% of searches were for Heil Hitler Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct 019 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan 00 1 Jan 00 8 Jan Feb Feb Feb 00 5 Feb Mar Mar Mar 00 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 41.0% Conspiracy Theory 16.1% Music 11.% Forum and Social Network 5.5% Videos 5.1% Top 3 s per Language English % Le Grand Remplacement 61.7% The Kalergi Plan Heil Hitler 8.% French 9.9% Le plan Kalergi 9.9% Complot sioniste 7.4%
12 KW 1 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Ottawa Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population K1S 374 KG 344 K1M K1N K1A K1P KP K1R K1Y K1S K1L K1K K1S K1N 17.8 K1Y K1M K1N K1A K1P KP K1R K1S K1L K1K K1N 319 KC 4 KJ 5 K1Y 17 KK 07 KK KL KM KH KR KB KA K1Z KC KE KG KJ K1H K1V K1G K1T K1X KR 16.6 K1Y KC KK KG KW KK KL KM KH KR KB KA KC KJ KG K1Z KE K1V K1H K1X K1G K1T K1G 198 K1H K1K 19 K1V 177 K1K KH 60. *The s K1A, K1P, and K1X have a population and dwelling count below 1,000, and were excluded from this weighted map to ensure statistical significance. and Timeline % of searches were for % of the search impressions were for Homemade explosives ; 8% of these searches were in Baarhaven (KJ), the rest in KG. Increase in searches for Remove Kebab Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct 019 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan 00 1 Jan 00 8 Jan Feb Feb Feb 00 5 Feb Mar Mar Mar 00 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 34.3% Conspiracy Theory 15.8% Music 11.4% Desire to Harm 8.6% Literature 7.3% Top 3 s per Language English % Le Grand Remplacement 65.6% The Kalergi Plan Remove Kebab French 9.3% tuer les juifs 7.8% 6.6% Le plan Kalergi 4.7%
13 H4W 13 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Montréal-Laval Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population H3C 709 HV 9 H7H H7K H7J H7E H7B H7C H1G H7A H1E H1J H1A H1C H1B H1K H3C HZ H7H H7K H7J H7E H7C H7B H1G H7A H1E H1J H1C H1K H1B H1A H3H 6 H1T 160 H4R 150 H9R 150 H4N 19 H9E H9K H7R H7Y H8Z H9C H9A H9G H9H H9R H9J H7L H1L H1P H7M H1H H1M H1R H7G H1S H7P HB H1T H1N H7S H1Z HC HA H7N H7T HM H1X H1V HE H7V H3L H1Y HG H1W H3M HN HP HR HS HH H7X H7W H4J H3N HK H4N HJ HT H4K H3P HL H4L HV HW H8Y H3R HX H4R H3S H3A HY H4M H3T H4P H3V H3H H9B H3W H3Y H4S H4T H3X H3Z H9P H4A H4V H4C H4Y H4B H4E H8T H8S H8N H3J H3C H3K H4G H3E H4H HZ H3B H3G HY H3H HV 93. H9P H3Z H9E H9K H9C H9J H9H H7R H7Y H8Z H9A H9G H9R H7X H7P H8Y H9B H9P H7L H7T H7W H4Y H4S H7V H7S H4K H7M H4R H7N H4J H8T H3M H4T H7G H4L H4M H8S H4W HB H1H H3X H4V H3W H4B H8N H1P H3Y H3Z H1M H1Z HC HA HM H1X H1V HE H3L H1Y HG HN H1W HP HR HS HH H3N HK H4N HJ HT H3P HL HV HW H3R HX H3S H3A HY H3T H4P H3V H3H H4A H1R H4C H4E H1S H1T H3J H4G H4H H3K H3E H3C H1N H1L HZ H3B H3G HM 13 H8N 10 H7N 114 H9S H8R H8P H4X HM H9R 6.86 H3A H9S *The s H4Y, H3B, H4T and H4S have a population and dwelling count below 1,000, and were excluded from this weighted map to ensure statistical significance. H8R H8P H4X and Timeline Nearly 40% of searches were for Increase in searches for popular VFR terms including 1488, sieg heil and Remove Kebab Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct 019 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan 00 1 Jan 00 8 Jan Feb Feb Feb 00 5 Feb Mar Mar Mar 00 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 40.5% Conspiracy Theory 0.6% Music 10.7% Literature 5.1% Forum and Social Network 5.1% Top 3 s per Language English % Le Grand Remplacement 68.8% The Kalergi Plan Sieg Heil French 8.8% tuer les juifs 5.4% 7.7% Le plan Kalergi 3.8%
14 T5Y 14 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Edmonton Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population T6E 348 T6G 13 T6W 183 T6X 18 T5T 169 T6H 16 T6L 17 T5G 14 T5E 114 T6R 111 T9G T5X T6V T5E T5V T5L T5G T5M T5S T5H T5P T5N T5K T5J T6G T5T T5R T6H T5Z T5C T5A T5B T5W T6A T6C T6B T6E T6M T6J T6K T6L T6R T6N T6W T6X T4X T5Y T6P T6T T6S T5S T6P T6G T6E T5J T6B T5G T5M 6.5 T6H T5B T9G T5S T5T T6M T5V T5P T6W T6V T5R T6R T5L T5M T5N T6H T6G T5X T5G T5E T5H T5K T5J T6J T6N T5Z T5B T6C T6E T5C T6K *The s T6N, T5V and T6S have a population and dwelling count below 1,000, and were excluded from this weighted map to ensure statistical significance. T6A T5A T5W T6B T6X T6L T4X T6P T6T T6S and Timeline Increased search traffic for david lane 88 precepts pdf. All 8 searches for this keyword were in T5G Feb 19 6 Feb Mar 19 1 Mar Mar 19 6 Mar 19 0 Apr Apr Apr 19 3 Apr Apr May May 19 1 May 19 8 May Jun Jun Jun 19 5 Jun 19 0 Jul Jul Jul 19 3 Jul Jul Aug Aug 19 0 Aug 19 7 Aug Sep Sep Sep 19 4 Sep Oct Oct Oct 19 Oct 19 9 Oct Nov 19 1 Nov Nov 19 6 Nov Dec Dec Dec 19 4 Dec Dec Jan 0 14 Jan 0 1 Jan 0 8 Jan 0 04 Feb 0 11 Feb 0 18 Feb 0 5 Feb 0 03 Mar 0 10 Mar 0 17 Mar 0 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 40.9% Conspiracy Theory 13.7% Music 1.7% Desire to Harm 6.9% Videos 5.3% Top 3 s per Language English % Le Grand Remplacement 5% The Kalergi Plan Heil Hitler French Agenda 030 Nouvel 7.9% Ordre Mondial 0% 7.5% nsbm Québec 8%
15 TW 15 / Redirect Method Canada / Violent Far-Right Calgary Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Most Active Neighbourhoods by Absolute Number of Searches Weighted per 10k Population T3J 303 T3P TG T3P TN 97 TY 46 T3G 45 T3A 40 T3H 0 T3L T3R T3G T3B T3H T3K T3A TL TK TE TM TN T3C TP TR TG TT TS T3E TH TV T3N T3J T1Y TA TB TC TH 1.71 TN TL T3C TM T3L T3R T3G T3H T3B T3A T3C T3E TL TN TT TV TK TM TP TR T3K TS TH TG TE T3N T3J T1Y TA TB TC T3E 13 TW TJ TZ TC 64.0 TJ TZ TA 06 TG 06 TY TX T3M T3S T3E TE TY TX T3M T3S TX 196 TX 45. *The T3S has a population and dwelling count below 1,000, and was excluded from this weighted map to ensure statistical significance. and Timeline searches for Desire to Harm keywords related to explosive devices, such as How to make a Molotov cocktail and How to make C Increase in searches for sieg heil. 18% of searches related to creating rudimentary explosive devices ( anarchist cookbook ). The majority of these 0 impressions were in TC and TG. Increase in searches for Freedomain Radio. Calgary had the highest number of localized Desire to Harm search impressions in December 019 (5) Jun Jun Jun Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Aug Aug Aug Aug Sep Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct 019 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan 00 1 Jan 00 8 Jan Feb Feb Feb 00 5 Feb Mar Mar Mar 00 Top 5 Redirect Categories Slogans and Symbols 37.4% Conspiracy Theory 15.7% Music 13.3% Desire to Harm 6.3% Literature 6.0% Top 3 s per Language English The Kalergi Plan Sieg Heil French 9.3% Le Grand Remplacement 84.6% les protocoles de 8.4% toronto pdf 7.7% % Le plan Kalergi 7.7%
16 16 / Redirect Method Canada / ISIS and AQ Inspired Extremism Data Analysis: ISIS and Al Qaeda Inspired Extremism Introduction The threat of violence inspired by groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda continues to be a significant security concern for Canada. A 018 report from Public Safety Canada stated that the threat posed by individuals inspired by groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda is the principal terrorist threat to Canada and Canadian interests. 8 As reported by the 018 Canadian Security Intelligence Service, a particular threat comes from low-resource, high-impact acts that are often inspired by groups who call for a virtual caliphate. 9 A February 00 attack in Toronto appears to follow this pattern: Saad Akhtar killed a 64-year-old woman with a hammer and sparked a bomb scare by leaving a suspicious package in the police station as he surrendered himself. 10 While it is unknown whether the attacker was formally affiliated with an extremist group, experts believe that he might have been inspired by ISIS. If so, the attack would be the first ISIS inspired terrorist incident in Canada to lead to a fatality since October 014. The event also signals that despite ISIS diminished control of territory and the imprisonment of many of its fighters, religiously motivated violent extremism continues to shape the terrorism landscape in Canada. Groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda expertly use the internet to spread propaganda, communicate, proselytize and recruit. Canada Redirect focused on measuring search terms specific to the content or narratives used by these groups. During the course of the project, Moonshot expanded its in-house databases in English, Arabic and French to a total of 15,401 search terms. Canada Redirect used these databases to advertise alternative and counter content to at-risk users, whose searches also provide unique insights into the appetite for online extremist content across the country. Based on a recent study of US-based internet users, Google Search users engage with ads at an average rate of 3.17%. 11 This number varies widely depending on the product, service or cause being advertised. When we conducted campaigns in the United States similar to those covered by this report, 1 our audience engaged with our ads at an average rate of.39%. In both campaigns in which Moonshot was redirecting at-risk users, it is important to acknowledge that the unique nature of our at-risk audiences and the desired outcomes of our campaigns are hard to compare accurately to generic digital marketing campaigns. However, adding to the knowledge base for this niche area of ad campaigning is one of the auxiliary benefits of projects like this. It can help establish appropriate and accurate measurements of success for future projects hoping to achieve similar outcomes. Overall Campaign Figures CTR English 13, % Arabic 1, % French 1, % Overall 15, % 8. Public Safety Canada. (019). Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada. 5. Available at: 9. Canadian Security Intelligence Service. (019). CSIS Public Report. 19. Available at Digital.pdf 10. Coletta, A. (019). An Alleged ISIS Fighter Wants To Face Justice In Canada. Canada Doesn t Want Him. The Washington Post. Available at: Wordstream (00). Google Ads Benchmarks. Available at: 1. ADL. (00). Redirect Method Yields Valuable Insights for Countering Online Extremism. Available at:
17 17 / Redirect Method Canada / ISIS and AQ Inspired Extremism What Extremist Content are Canadians Interested In? The factors influencing an individual s decision to support an extremist group are multifaceted and complex. Religious imperatives, a search for identity and belonging, frustration at feeling marginalized, and prospects of brotherhood, sex and marriage are among a wide range of interrelated push and pull factors. Analyzing what they are reading, listening to, and watching helps us to understand how ISIS, AQ and other groups media indoctrinates at-risk individuals and gives insight into how these groups encourage online support and engagement in violent extremism. What Is the Most Popular Medium? Medium Impr. % Text,61 4 Audio 1,88 4 Video 1,38 3 Multimedia Outlet Finding: The medium most searched for by our Canadian audience is text (4%), including traditional literature as well as glossy magazines published by ISIS and al-qaeda. This is closely followed by audio (4%), such as nasheeds, and videos (3%), such as the Hollywood-style action movies produced by ISIS. Which Violent Extremist Groups Do Canadians Search For? Group Impr. % ISIS 3,69 63 al-qaeda 1,616 8 al-jama a al-islamiyya Al-Muhajiroun Taliban 107 al-shabaab 8 1 Jaish-e-Mohammad Boko Haram Hayat Tahrir al-sham Finding: ISIS is more versatile with its online propaganda than many other terrorist organizations, fluent in using Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and numerous other social media platforms for recruitment and strategic communications. As ISIS lost its territorial stronghold in Syria and Iraq, retaining a digital presence became increasingly important to the group s survival. It is not surprising that ISIS technologically advanced propaganda has piqued the interest of our Canadian at-risk audience above other organizations, attracting 63 search impressions related to a particular group. 13. This category refers to media outlets that distribute text, audio, and video media. 14. al-jama a al-islamiyya was a violent extremist group that was active in the 1990s. The aim of the group was to establish an Islamic State in Egypt by overthrowing the government. It is believed that the 1997 Luxor massacre in which 6 people were killed was carried out by the fighters of al-jama a al-islamiyya. 15. Al-Muhajiroun is a violent jihadist group and an offshoot of the radical pan-islamist organization Hizb ut-tahrir. Al-Muhajiroun is based in the United Kingdom, where its members have carried out multiple attacks, including 017 London Bridge attack and 019 London Bridge stabbing. 16. Jaish-e-Mohammad, meaning The Army of Mohammad, is a Pakistan-based extremist group founded with the support of Taliban and al-qaeda in 000. The group aims to unite the Indian-controlled Kashmir with Pakistan and establish sharia law. To these ends, the group has carried out multiple attacks in the region, including the 016 Uri attack and the 019 Pulwama attack. 17. Hayat Tahrir al-sham (HTS) is a violent jihadist group operating in Syria and was formed as a merger between several extremist groups in 017. Previously known as al-nusra Front, HTS aims to oust the Assad regime and establish an Islamic state. It has attracted numerous foreign recruits and has claimed responsibility for many attacks during the civil war in Syria.
18 18 / Redirect Method Canada / ISIS and AQ Inspired Extremism What are Canadians Reading? Written publications have long been the primary means of spreading extremist ideology among supporters of ISIS or Al Qaeda. Influential texts highlighted in our database stem from the 14th century to the present day. In contemporary contexts, text publications are particularly efficient means for spreading hateful or violent messages as they can be uploaded cheaply and spread swiftly online. Medium Impr. % Book 1, Magazine Forum 1 Purpose Impr. % Tactical Manual Ideological Foundation Group Periodical Finding: Among the Canadian at-risk audience, books such as Sayyid Qutb s Milestones and Naji s Management of Savagery are more popular than ISIS and al-qaeda s glossy magazines, such as Dabiq and Inspire, demonstrating the continued significance these foundational texts have. Extremist groups publications serve a number of different purposes, including tutorials on bomb-making, news from the battlefield, and radical interpretations of the Quran. Based on a thematic analysis of the books, magazines, and forums, we found that the at-risk audience mostly searched for tactical manuals such as Just Terror Tactics, a special feature within ISIS Rumiyah magazine that offers operational, strategic, and jurisprudential rationale for engaging in terrorism. Provincial Spotlight British Columbia Population: 4,817, Per 100k: 8.95 City Spotlight Ottawa Population: 647, Per 10k: The per capita impressions for texts was highest in British Columbia (8.95 per 100k individuals), followed by Ontario (7.80).. Alberta had the most at-risk searches for extremist forums, both per capita (0.51) and by absolute search volume (68.%). 3. Ontario had the highest absolute volume of searches for both books (51.3%) and magazines (43.6%). 1. Ottawa had the highest per capita impressions for texts (1.36 per 10k residents). One third of all searches in the city were made in Baarhaven (KJ). All city-level searches for forums were for Dawa al-haq. The vast majority of these searches were carried out in Calgary, and of those searches, 78.6% came from Marlborough (TA). 3. The per capita search impressions for books were highest in Vancouver (0.73), closely followed by Ottawa. 18. Publications that are primarily aimed at giving extensive and specific instructions on how to fulfill a particular group s goals, often through violent acts. 19. This category refers to written material, often based in a particular reading of the Quran, that preaches about the ideological tenets and imperative of violent jihadism.. Themes include the need to commit oneself to defending Muslim lands from perceived aggression, to establish a certain type of state, and to follow particular religious practices. 0. Magazines and other periodical publications that extremist groups release to develop a following, primarily through positive reinforcement and attacks on the group s enemies.
19 19 / Redirect Method Canada / ISIS and AQ Inspired Extremism What Are Canadians Listening To? The most popular content with the at-risk audience are ISIS and Al Qaeda nasheeds (a capella songs), followed by lectures that advocate violence (amounting to just 0.7% of the audio content searched). Although the term nasheed refers to any recitation or chant that makes reference to Islam and the Quran, extremist groups use these chants for strategic purposes to promote their militant agendas. ISIS actively repurposes nasheeds with underlying themes that can be twisted to support their ideology, and also produces wholly original, group-specific nasheeds. Since 013, ISIS has recorded and distributed over 160 nasheeds through its online media outlets, including Ajnad Media and al-hayat Media. What are the Most Popular Nasheed Themes? Purpose Impr. % Call for Violence Praise for Martyrs Nostalgia and Past Glory Revenge 49 5 Denigrate Other Religious Groups 3 19 Utopian Islamic State 14 1 Finding: Nasheeds are an important part of the media consumption of individuals supporting ISIS, and calls for violence are the most popular theme with the at-risk audience (59 searches). However, the nasheeds distributed by violent extremist groups include both violent and non-violent themes. These include framing extremists as true believers, underscoring the legitimacy of ISIS, citing atrocities committed against Muslims as justification to respond with violence, celebrating the rewards that fighters will receive in the afterlife, and explicitly calling on listeners to attack the enemy through decapitations and mass shootings. Provincial Spotlight Ontario Population: 14,193, Per 100k: 4.97 City Spotlight Ottawa Population: 6,47, Per 10k: % of all search impressions for extremist groups audio content were linked to ISIS. (دولة االسالم اناشيد) Anasheed. The Arabic keyword Islamic State was the most popular audio-related search term of our campaigns, followed by the terms jihadi nasheed and Ghuraba Nasheed. 3. Ontario had the highest volume of absolute search impressions (54.7% of the total) as well as most per capita searches (4.97) for violent extremist nasheeds and lectures. 1. Ottawa had the highest per capita search impressions for audio content. 3% of all impressions came from Beaverbrook (KK).. 7% of audio searches in Montréal-Laval were made in Griffintown (H3C). 3. Toronto had the highest absolute volume of search impressions for music. 6% of the searches were carried out in Regent Park / Harbourfront (M5A). 1. Nasheeds or lectures that evoke nostalgic themes of a glorious past, and the need to revive the Ummah and emulate the early salaf, or companions of the Prophet.. Nasheeds or lectures that appeal to a listener s desire for revenge against perceived aggressors, and/or their humiliation, to convince them to commit violent acts in the name of jihad. 3. Nasheeds or lectures that denigrate other religious groups as transgressors against an appropriate form of Islam. They often call for violence against these groups.
20 0 / Redirect Method Canada / ISIS and AQ Inspired Extremism What Video Content Are Canadians Watching? An emblematic moment in religiously motivated extremist groups engagement with video was Osama bin Laden s televised statement celebrating the attack on the World Trade Center in 001. The video content available online has since proliferated to include lectures by influential personalities, original and curated content from violent extremist groups, and footage from frontline hostilities from Iraq to the Philippines. Influential groups such as al-qaeda now have a smaller digital footprint than ISIS, whose exploitation of technology and social media platforms such as BCM messenger, Riot and Hoop (a Canadian messaging app) continued throughout Canada Redirect. Provincial Spotlight Alberta Population: 4,86, Per 100k: 3.13 City Spotlight Ottawa Population: 647,011 3 Per 10k: In Alberta, 67% of search impressions were for keywords relating to known propaganda videos. Over three quarters of searches in this category were for the ISIS propaganda film Flames of War.. Ontario had the highest search appetite for video content, with 48.5% of all video searches carried out in the province. 3. In Québec, 57% of all searches were for videos of influential personalities % of localized video searches in Canadian cities were for a specific propaganda video.. Toronto had the most search impressions for video content (3.8% of total impressions), followed by Ottawa (3.4%) and Montréal-Laval (19%). 3. Ottawa had the most per capita search impressions (0.49 per 10k pop.) for videos. 8% of the searches were carried out in K1S, which includes The Glebe, Ottawa East and Carleton University. What Video Content Are Users Seeking? Specificity Impr. % Search for a known propaganda video Search for videos of an influential personality Search for unspecified violent extremist video content 4 Finding: ISIS has dedicated significant resources toward the production of high-quality video propaganda. The fact that 48% of our at-risk audience searched for its iconic films, such as Flames of War and Clanging of the Swords, demonstrates their prior knowledge of ISIS content and the success of the extremist group s distribution strategy. Only 16% of the Canadian audience searched for general violent extremist content, such as al-hayat media videos or ISIS videos, without specifying a title or subject. While ISIS is perhaps bestknown for disseminating gruesome videos, such as the beheading or burning alive of hostages, Canadians appear to be more interested in content that highlights groups core messages of brotherhood, glory and state-building, as only 1% of searches were for videos of explicit acts of violence ( isis best gore ; isis execution videos ). However, ISIS propaganda films also include acts of extreme violence, and use these alternative themes to soften or justify killing as an Islamic duty. The continued influence of these films is noteworthy - Flames of War was released in and their consumption by Canadians represents a potential threat to public safety. 4. This category refers to searches that were non-specific and did not indicate a searcher s pre-existing knowledge of the content being sought.
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