Islamic Terrorism

A Case of the Missing Picture in Paris

Dr Shaaz Mahboob | Posted 15.03.2015 | UK
Dr Shaaz Mahboob

A sea of reproduced caricatures on banners, placards and hung from balconies paving the unity march route wouldn't have been unexpected, quite the opposite would appeared most appropriate in fact, given the events leading up to the event.

Westgate Mall Attack Footage Shows Horror Of Massacre

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 18.10.2013 | UK

CNN has acquired footage of the terrorist attack the left 67 dead and scores injured in the Westgate Mall in Nairobi last month. Warning: the above...

How Did Richard Dart Become a Terrorist?

Azeem Ibrahim | Posted 26.06.2013 | UK Politics
Azeem Ibrahim

Radicalisation of Muslim youth can no longer be seen as an isolated UK problem when it is funded by wealthy Wahhabis who are continuously supporting groups to further their ideology. It is clear that Wahhabism isn't Islam - it is a cult movement which uses Islamic terminology and has hijacked the religion using Saudi petro-dollars.

British Man Detained In Mauritania

PA | Posted 29.12.2012 | UK

A British man has reportedly been detained in Mauritania amid reports that he was trying to join up with an Islamic terror group in the Sahara desert....

What Has Caused This Massive Flight From Christianity?

Terry Sanderson | Posted 10.02.2013 | UK Politics
Terry Sanderson

So what has happened in this country in the decade since the last census? What has caused this huge flight from religion? It's complicated, but we have to take into account that in that intervening period we have had the trauma of 9/11 and the subsequent rise in Islamic militancy.

We Can’t Immediately Categorise Breivik as ‘Insane’

Maajid Nawaz | Posted 18.09.2012 | UK Politics
Maajid Nawaz

If a Muslim man emerged from an extremist sub-culture with a worldview, and went on to murder hundreds of innocents in order to further his worldview, you would rightly call him a terrorist. What you certainly would not expect is for Muslim community voices to shun all responsibility by merely dismissing the terrorist as a lone madman, who acted in isolation and was not part of a wider and worrying trend.