“She is not specifying yet what the plans entail.” Hmmm; maybe jizya payments to jihadists to get them to postpone acting upon their supremacist agenda? All we learn here is that they’re going to monitor the internet. That costs â‚¬10 million?
“Ten million to fight radicalisation,” from Expatica, with thanks to Sr. Soph:
AMSTERDAM — The government is setting aside EUR 10 million to combat radicalisation. Seven ministries will be sending a joint action plan to Parliament in April or May. Minister Guusje ter Horst of Home Affairs announced this in a meeting with Parliament on anti-terrorism measures on Wednesday.
She is not specifying yet what the plans entail. She did say that the participation of the local governments will determine the success of the plans. The government has been concerned about increasing radicalisation among Muslim youth for some time now.
Ter Horst also said women are playing a growing role in possible terrorist activities. They have “an extremely active role” especially on the internet, where they are primarily involved in translating and disseminating texts. They also play “a more active role when it comes to a specific threat,” Ter Horst said, without giving further explanation.
Most MPs want to know what measures the government is taking to fight radicalisation on the internet. Justice Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin mentioned that a method has been developed to monitor the internet and trace radical statements. He did say that he realised the internet is “infinitely large” and that some things are bound to escape the government’s attention.