Extremism

Type: News

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
28/05/2017
Summary: 
  • The controversial call came from Tarique Ghaffur, a Muslim former police chief
  • He warns there are too many extremists in UK for police, MI5 officers to monitor
  • Mr Ghaffur proposes special centres be set up to detain up to 3,000 extremists
  • He was Assistant Commissioner at Scotland Yard when 7/7 bombings took place
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Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
07/06/2011
Summary: 

Its new counter-radicalisation strategy, Prevent, warned that some people who are supportive of terrorist groups and ideologies have “sought and sometimes gained positions in schools or in groups which work closely with young people.” It said that new standards to be enforced by Ofsted should enable schools to take action against staff who demonstrate unacceptable views

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
27/05/2017
Summary: 

THE MANCHESTER terrorist responsible for killing 22 people at a concert this week attended a mosque where a leaflet against “Western immorality” was allegedly given to him.

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
04/10/2016
Summary: 

Dozens of Islamic schools are still operating despite Ofsted inspectors finding that the schools are “unsafe”, with children being exposed to extremist ideas as well as being unaware of British values, it has emerged. Many more schools have never been inspected at all.

Country: 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)
News Date: 
21/07/2016

Type: Opinion

Summary: 

Research and interviews by the FT into the madrassa phenomenon across south Asia show that “Deobandi” has become shorthand for a Sunni Muslim extremist, at least among some commentators. The ubiquitous Deobandi madrassas spawned across Asia since the school’s foundation in 1866 were once seen by Muslims as “forts of Islam” amid the westernisation of British India. More recently, however, they have been described as dens of jihadism and violence. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, then Indian prime minister and a leader of the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata party, called religious schools in neighbouring Pakistan “factories of terror” after an Islamist attack on the Indian parliament took the two countries to the brink of war in 2001.

Summary: 

“Saracen 786” asks a number of questions in this video about whether various Islamic teachings and acts of Muhammad are really moral and ethical. He repeatedly asks Muslim scholars how they would explain these aspects of Islam. If any respond, they will say that Allah decides what is moral and ethical, and thus these aspects of Islam cannot be questioned, but are simply to be accepted. That just leads to the further question of why Allah would command what are clearly hateful and immoral acts.

Summary: 

Those flagged up are referred to Channel, part of the government’s Prevent strategy to combat extremism, and are offered voluntary support to turn away from embracing radicalised agendas.

Although the strategy is designed to tackle all forms of extremism, including far-right ideologies as well as Islamist terror, 70 per cent of those referred were suspected of being drawn into Islamist movements, whereas just 15 per cent were linked to the far right.

Summary: 

The Muslim Brotherhood’s objective is to replace secular democratic government with an Islamic caliphate under sharia law

Type: Video

Summary: 

The apologists for Islam like to tell us that it is just a "tiny" minority of Muslims who are "extremist". Just how tiny is this minority of jihadists?

The apologists for Islam like to tell us that it is just a "tiny" minority of Muslims who are "extremist". Just how tiny is this minority of jihadists?

 

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