Singapore's teen ISA case: How a simple Internet search could lead to a path of self-radicalisation

The Sunday Times finds out just how easy it is to slip down the radical hole on a path to self-radicalisation in a two-hour experiment on the Internet

Extremist propaganda from ISIS can easily be found online.
Extremist propaganda from ISIS can easily be found online.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - It started with a simple Google search with keywords including Brenton Tarrant and the first item listed was the Christchurch attacker's 87-page manifesto.

A quick hunt for his supporters online led to several forums, where hate speech peppers almost every comment. Xenophobia, racism, sexism, misogyny and discrimination saturate the message boards.

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