Tag Archives: Islamism

British female jihadist authors disturbing recruitment document

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The document offers a chilling mixture of the mundane and the depraved.

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Why Muslim ‘not in my name’ campaigns are part of the problem

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Merely being unsupportive of jihadism does not prevent the phenomenon from growing.

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Why banning extremists is wrong

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You have a right to listen, to speak, and think for yourself.

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Theresa May’s speech: a very cautious welcome

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It is imperative that the measures outlined by May are carefully devised and responsibly implemented.

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Extremists have no intention of changing their opinion of us

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Those who have chosen to side with IS will smear opponents whatever we do.

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We should stand with the prime minister in tackling the threat of ISIS

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The prime minster needs the support of Muslim communities in the struggle against ISIS.

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Female, private school educated: there is no such thing as a “typical” extremist

The case of Aqsa Mahmood shows a shortfall in government intelligence on Islamism, namely the link between its violent and non-violent forms

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The responsibility for ISIS doesn’t lie with the West

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While it would be ridiculous to allow the West the moral high ground, it is even more absurd for the Muslim world to transfer the responsibility for ISIS on to the West.

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Qatar – the sugar-daddies of Islamist financing

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The implications for the Muslim world are grave if the liberal/progressive voices lose the battle for the very soul of the faith.

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The ISIS declaration has done more for counter-extremism than any government programme

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Islamists in the UK don’t like what they see.

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