British Muslims are at risk of being radicalised because of the strong language used about countering Islamist terrorism
Cameron's new campaign contains no concrete plans for curtailing the above, no plans for injecting life into the economies of these communities once IS has been eradicated and no plans for bringing an end to a civil war which has displaced 9.5 million people. Thus, as seen in Ma'an, a cycle of fight or flight will continue in the absence of any genuine offering of enduring stability for the Syrian people.
New figures released last week show that attacks on Muslims are rising across the UK. Research carried out by NGO MEND was
A teenager who allegedly tried to travel to Syria to join the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) terrorist group downloaded
The campaign group Cage has admitted it made mistakes in the case of the man unmasked as the terrorist nicknamed Jihadi John
Four of the worst offenders - including a punk rocker and a supermarket worker - among British jihadis have been slapped
A play examining the motives of young Britons who become radicalised by the so-called Islamic State (IS) has been cancelled
David Cameron recently announced his 5 year plan to tackle radicalisation. I am concerned at the inconsistency in logic and
We need dialogue between the police, security services and Muslim organisations to tackle threats and issues in local communities. This cannot happen if Muslim organisations feel targeted and are treated as being part of the problem instead of the solution.
A British Palestinian studying at university in Sudan is alleged to have radicalised 16 fellow UK students and encouraged