I suspect that next year, the rate of far-right referrals will again be higher – and this is because the impact of Brexit has yet to be felt. I hope that I am proved wrong.
Muslim women overwhelmingly bear the brunt of anti-Muslim attacks, but too often, they are also the target of hatred from other Muslims
Here in Britain, the views of Islamic extremists are at odds with British values - followers of moderate Islam, conversely, are completely in sync
As Anjem Choudary Is Released, The Media Must Be Reminded Of The Dangers Of Giving Extremists A Platform
Choudary’s activities and message need to be isolated and undermined, and he must actively be denied any platform
This year, on 15 December, my younger brother Martyn was supposed to turn 30, but didn’t
The internet has transformed the way in which extremists radicalise and recruit, enabling them to reach global audiences in ever more dynamic ways. Vulnerable people, often seeking a sense of identity, are then radicalised through online material or groomed for recruitment. The rise in Islamophobic hate crimes leaves Muslims increasingly isolated and susceptible to radicalisation.
'Our foreign policy since the turn of the century has been one act of madness after another.'
Terrorist attacks such as the Manchester bombing could become “commonplace” unless Islamic extremism is stamped out, Paul
ISIS, and its warped manipulation of a faith that so many Muslims treasure, needs to be stopped. What they are doing is brutal, bloodthirsty, and vulgar. Our global solidarity against this dangerous group is our greatest weapon, and together, be we Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, atheist or agnostic, we need to harness this might, in order to combat them effectively. Understanding them to the best of our ability, is the first step.
I remember almost a year ago, the enormous crowds that came together all across France, to rally against extremism. This