Tag Archives: Islamist extremism

Groups like the iERA should be viewed no differently than the BNP

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Those who believe in tolerance and pluralism should oppose groups like iERA with as much consistency as they oppose hate groups like the EDL and BNP.

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Boris accused of backing festival of hate

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has been accused of giving his support to an event which features a number of antisemitic and homophobic speakers.

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“Dear George…” – a reminder to Galloway of his support for “brutal Arab dictators”

Carl Packman writes a letter to George Galloway, reminding him of his record as, to quote the the prime minister, a supporter of “brutal Arab dictators”.

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A fresh approach to countering radicalism – from an unexpected source

Ellie B. Hearne, a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses in New Delhi, writes about Google Ideas’ Summit Against Violent Extremism.

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Counter-extremism group’s financial woes show flaws of ‘big society’

Quilliam’s case shows the shortfalls of private funding, and the danger of the pace of the Tory-led government’s programme of swingeing cuts, writes George Readings.

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Fort Hood report can teach us about home-grown radicalisation

David Cameron today signalled a tougher stance on groups promoting Islamist extremism in a keynote speech at the Munich Security Conference; we look at the lessons to learn from the States.

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Risk of extremism in schools must be taken seriously

After extensive trailing yesterday across the BBC and other media, Panorama’s investigation of Islamic schools in the UK, ‘British schools, Islamic rules’, was broadcast last night, writes the Quilliam Foundation’s George Readings.

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Lifting the lid on Islamist radicalisation at British universities

When former UCL student Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to detonate a bomb on Christmas Day 2009, the spotlight was on radicalisation of university students.

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