HATE SPEECH AND CONDUCT


Do not use the “hands-free” option inside the museum.

 

You are in the fourth area of the museum: Hate speeches and practices. This is a Memorial dedicated to the victims of terrorism, but we must also examine the other side of the coin, that of the perpetrators of violence. It is important to identify them and know their ideology, their objectives, their methods. Nothing contributes so much to its delegitimization, the deeds speak for themselves.

All terrorist organizations have a number of elements in common: political intent, fanaticism and the use of violence to terrorize their opponents. In turn, they differ according to their ideology or their tactics. The room is divided into four parts: first, ETA and radical nationalist terrorism; second, the extreme right and vigilante groups; third, the extreme left, especially GRAPO; and fourth, Jihadist.