He Says, She Says, They Say

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3 Atlanta spas. 3 shootings. 8 dead, mostly Asians. As the events in Georgia come to light, many have described the shooter as belonging to a group of men who identify themselves as "involuntary celibates" or incels. We speak to Munira Mustaffa, a security practitioner, to find out more about this phenomenon and what we need to know about them.

Show Notes

Following the shootings that resulted in 8 victims in Atlanta, Georgia, we speak to Munira Mustaffa about an internet subculture known as incels, and their evolution into a real-world threat, as well a surprising connection between incel violence in the US to Malaysia. Munira is a security practitioner and research fellow at Verve Research who was one of the first people in Malaysia to highlight right-wing extremism in terms of terrorism and political violence.

Social media links:

Munira Mustaffa
Twitter: @MuniraMustaffa

Iqbal Fatkhi
Twitter: @Iqtodabal
Instagram: @Iqtodabal

Azielia Anne
Twitter: @azielianne

What is He Says, She Says, They Say?

A podcast about conversations on topics that men and women don't usually have with each other... but should. With perspectives from different guests each episode, we'll make you think, question, and most importantly (hopefully), laugh!