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TERROR FEEDS: Inside the Fear Machine (November 24 - 25, 2017)

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TERROR FEEDS: Inside the Fear Machine (November 24 - 25, 2017)

Location: Studio 1, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin
Schedule: November 24 (17:00-21:00); November 25 (16:00-21:30)
Admission: 5 Euro / day. The conference will be held in English.
Details: http://www.disruptionlab.org/terror-feeds

An analysis of ISIS and its media strategy, the meaning of cyber jihad,
and why people enroll as foreign fighters. Directed by Tatiana
Bazzichelli and curated with Mauro Mondello.

ISIS has captivated a global network of supporters that articulates,
intensifies and disseminates its violent extremist messages worldwide.
The conference highlights the change ISIS* represents in how terrorism
is conducted and analyses how electronic jihad and strategic messaging
affect the worldwide public opinion, both in the western countries and
in the Arab world, representing a new icon of "global jihad".

On the other hand, activists and human right defenders risk their life
while reporting stories to reveal misconducts by ISIS and document the
horrors caused by the terror regime. The goal is to understand and to
discuss how ISIS unleashed cyber jihad, as well as the strategies
activists and human right advocates use to oppose this form of terror,
Internet censorship and surveillance.

(*the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or Daesh by its Arabic language
acronym)

## Conference programme
(see more details at: www.disruptionlab.org/terror-feeds)

# Friday November 24 · 2017

17:00-18:30 – KEYNOTE
Sue Turton (Reporter and Journalist, Former Al Jazeera Correspondent,
UK), Charlie Winter (Senior Research Fellow ICSR Centre, Associate
Fellow ICCT The Hague, PhD Fellow King’s College London, UK). Moderated
by Mauro Mondello (Investigative Journalist, IT/DE).

19:00-21:00 – PANEL
Dlshad Othman (Activist and IT Security Engineer, SY/US), Aymenn
Al-Tamimi (Jihad-Intel Research Fellow at the Middle East Forum, SY/UK),
Donatella Della Ratta (Writer and Arab Media Specialist, John Cabot
University, IT). Moderated by Frederike Kaltheuner (Programme Lead and
Policy Officer, Privacy International, DE/UK).

# Saturday November 25 · 2017

16:00-17:30 – PANEL
Saud Al-Zaid (Scholar of Islamic Studies, Berlin Graduate School of
Muslim Cultures, DE), Pieter Van Ostaeyen (Historian & Arabist, PhD
candidate KU Leuven, BE). Moderated by Dave Keating (Journalist, US/BE).

18:00-19:30 – KEYNOTE
Amrit Singh (Head of the Accountability, Liberty, and Transparency
Cluster of the Open Society Justice Initiative, US), Michèle Hassen
(Radicalisation Awareness Network RAN Education, Working Group Leader,
EU/FR). Moderated by John Goetz (Investigative Journalist, US/DE).

20:00-21:30 – KEYNOTE
Abdalaziz Alhamza /Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently -RBSS
(Co-founder, Media Activist, SY/DE); Aaron Y. Zelin (Founder of
Jihadology.net and JihadPod, Richard Borow Fellow at the Washington
Institute, US). Moderated by Donatella Della Ratta (Writer and Arab
Media Specialist, John Cabot University, IT).

## Pre-Lab & Workshop programme

# PRE-LAB at SPEKTRUM
Friday November 10 · 2017 - 19:30-22:00 (& bar afterwards)
Introduction by Mauro Mondello (co-curator of the "Terror Feeds"
conference and investigative journalist). Presentation of the project
"Topography of Memory: Counter Destruction in the State of Terror & The
'MemoTopo' " by Nassim Mehran (Architect, Researcher and Lecturer at
Humboldt University of Berlin, IRN/DE) and others.

# WORKSHOP at Supermarkt Berlin
Sunday November 26 · 2017
15:00-17:00 - Ticket: 12 Euro, max 20 people, register at
info(at)disruptionlab.org

Dlshad Othman (Activist and IT Security Engineer, SY/US), Aymenn
Al-Tamimi (Jihad-Intel Research Fellow at the Middle East Forum, SY/UK).

12th event of the Disruption Network Lab series by the Disruption
Network Lab e.V.. Curated by Tatiana Bazzichelli and investigative
journalist Mauro Mondello. In cooperation with Kunstraum Kreuzberg
/Bethanien, SPEKTRUM and Supermarkt Berlin. Funded by the Reva & David
Logan Foundation, the Mozilla Foundation, the Bertha Foundation and the
Checkpoint Charlie Foundation. Supported by the Radicalisation Awareness
Network (RAN). In collaboration with the Alexander von Humboldt
Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG). Media Partners: ExBerliner,
Furtherfield.

Before and after each event you can follow us online at:

Website: www.disruptionlab.org
Twitter: twitter.com/disruptberlin (#dnl)
Facebook: facebook.com/disruptionlab

-- 
Tatiana Bazzichelli // Artistic Director
http://disruptionlab.org
Twitter: @disruptberlin // @t_bazz
PGP: A87C 3637 03ED 1D1C E6FE E828 1F55 2B2F F5A5 C9A0

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