Digital Terrorism & Hate 2005 Report Shows 25 Per Cent Increase In Hate Sites

A 25 per cent increase in internet hate sites over 2004 has been revealed at a Calgary news conference today by the Friends
of Simon Wiesenthal Center. Traced by the Center's Task Force Against Hate & Terrorism operating in six countries around the world, the seventh annual interactive CD ROM Report is based on over 5,000 problematic web sites that aid and abet terrorism, promote racial violence, antisemitism and xenophobia. Sites are from every continent and in many languages including Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese and Arabic. There is also a separate section on hate games and websites targeting children.