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Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Manchester-based Ramadhan Foundation, said: "The killing of Mohammed Emwazi in Syria
Sir Menzies Campbell, a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC), said the parliamentary committee was likely
The debate over whether to negotiate with Islamic State over their hostages has intensified, after former Guantanamo detainee
The British extremist responsible for the on-screen beheading of hostages has reportedly been identified, as MPs prepare
Islamic State's blood-thirstiness has been much commented on, as has its use of modern technology. Posting videos of a man issuing threats before killing a hostage ... this is the "new normal" for Islamic State comms, but somehow it's exercised a strange power over many western commentators and politicians.
An extraordinary new propaganda video has been published showing a British journalist held hostage by Islamic State in Syria
Military action might make us feel better about ourselves and it might even "degrade" Isis but it won't "destroy" it (to use Obama's preferred terminology). How will dropping bombs destroy the hate-filled ideology behind the terrorist group? How will air strikes prevent foreign fighters returning home to the west to carry out revenge attacks?
David Haines, the British hostage being held by Islamic State (IS), has been beheaded in a new video released by the terrorist
The video that shows the execution of US journalist Steven Sotloff features a second voice speaking in English, in addition
The BBC has edited this Saturday's episode of 'Doctor Who' to remove a scene where a character is beheaded, after the murder