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Adnan Khan On the 3rd December 2013, Jeremy Paxman began the BBC news affairs programme, Newsnight, by questioning whether society was beginning to display signs of a new strand of ‘McCarthyism’. He was, of course, referring [...]
In a Spectator article published less than ten days after the London bombings of July 2005, Boris Johnson wrote, when accounting for the attackers’ mindset, that “Islam is the problem.” Almost eight years later, after the public murder [...]
The British State has been attempting to develop a version of Islam that is subservient to a secular ideology, ever since the Rushdie affair. This version of Islam has been widely described as “moderate” Islam in [...]
As reported by the Guardian on Monday 29th July: “Officials implementing the government’s revamped Prevent strategy are training frontline university employees in how to spot students vulnerable to extremism. Documents handed to staff claim that students [...]
Given that I specialise in non-Muslim Britons who convert to Islam, I was particularly interested in chapter 10, verse 159 of the Revised Prevent Strategy which states that ‘people who convert may initially be [...]
The debates about multiculturalism, security, extremism, and Islamophobia seem inextricably linked. Indeed, in the aftermath of the publication of the review of the government’s security strategy, known as ‘Prevent’, there was significant comment about the rise [...]