Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube, explains the case surrounding Shamima Begum – “Without prejudging the case there appears to be ample evidence on which she could be prosecuted. When Britons commit crimes in another country they must be prosecuted. She does appear to have admitted going to Syria to join Isis,” in the
Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube, describes Shamima Begum as “the hardest of hard cases”. “She appears to have expressed remorse only for the failure of the caliphate and its failure to live up to expectations. So she would be a very difficult person to de-radicalise in her current state of mind” in the
Politicians express concern over documents drafted by the Extremism Analysis Unit.
Placating radical right rhetoric will not stop the EDL, Pegida and the rest of the angry acronym brigade
Jim Matthews was prosecuted for fighting with a group backed by the British military.
A vicious street brawl between rival “yellow vest” factions has highlighted bitter divisions among the anti-government protesters as the speaker of the National Assembly warned of a culture of violence engulfing French politics.
Tensions in the fraught relationship between Washington and Berlin are spiking again, as Trump administration officials rail against Germany for deporting a terrorist to Turkey instead of extraditing him to the US following a 2015 indictment.
15 anti-deportation campaigners break into Stansted Airport in March 2017.
The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) this week invited Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to host a public conversation about removing extremist content from the platform.
A Russian court on Wednesday sentenced a Jehovah’s Witness to six years in prison for “extremism”, in the first conviction of its kind since a 2017 law that outlawed the religious group.