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Researching, translating, and analyzing content from terror organizations threatening the West, monitoring groups promoting jihad and martyrdom, examining developments in Islamist ideology and activity, and publishing breaking news and alerts.
Following advocates of reform in the Arab and Muslim world, examining the obstacles that they face in advancing their cause, and providing them with a platform for reaching audiences in the West.
Documenting antisemitic and Holocaust denial themes in media in the Arab and Muslim world, and maintaining the largest archive in the world of translated material from the region in the past decade.
Publishing translations from the Russian print and broadcast media, as well as original analyses of developments in Russian foreign policy and their ramifications for the region and world, particularly concerning the Middle East.
Monitoring, tracking, translating, and researching terrorist and other hacktivist groups and activity, with a focus on their use of encryption and other technologies.
Publishing translations, reports, and in-depth analyses tracking and analyzing trends in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and other countries in the region.
The Domestic Terrorism Threat Monitor project tracks and monitors online hatred and incitement against Jews, Muslims, blacks and other people of color, women, and the LGBTQ community.
The Chinese Media Studies Project monitors, translates, and analyzes primary source materials, from printed and online Chinese media, videos from Chinese TV channels, schoolbooks, and official government documents and transcripts. The project aims to analyze China's ideology and foreign policy under President Xi Jinping.
The Imams' Sermons in the West project identifies extremism, incitement, and jihadism, as well as antisemitism, propagated by clerics in mosques across the U.S. and West.
MEMRI French bridges the language gap between the Middle East and the West by providing translations of MEMRI research and analysis in French.