Author Archives: William Harding

Islamist Extremism in British Prisons: Breaking the Cycle of ‘Us and Them’

In August of last year, three men from the West Midlands – Naweed Ali, Khobaib Hussain and Mohibur Rahman – were sentenced to a combined total of a minimum of 60 years in prison. Their crime? Preparing a terror attack using pipe-bombs and a butcher’s cleaver with the word ‘kafir’ (the Arabic term for ‘non-believer’)

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