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Islamic State’s British Volunteers: a Useful Threat?

Islamic State’s British Volunteers: a Useful Threat?

  • June 17, 2015
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I feel sorry for the Bradford husbands and other British Muslim families whose children and relatives have absconded to join Islamic State’s savage utopia, but I don’t feel any sympathy at all for the ‘radicalized’ volunteers who have gone to Syria.   It isn’t as if you have to look very far to know what...

After Cage: 10 Steps to Prevent Radicalization

After Cage: 10 Steps to Prevent Radicalization

  • March 09, 2015
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I’m grateful to the British media and political establishment for the rigorous, balanced, and honest debate that has taken place over the last week, which has enlightened me about the true objectives of the Muslim advocacy organization Cage.

I now understand that Cage’s purpose was not to defend Muslims who have been unjustly imprisoned or harassed...

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