Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube, explains how it is “now apparent that Labour’s claim to abide by the IHRA Definition is a barefaced lie” in this piece by Daniel Sugarman in the Jewish Chronicle.
Quilliam International’s Executive Director, North America, Dr Muhammad Fraser-Rahim’s piece in the National Interest explores why Africa has increasingly become one of the most important emergent battlefields for extremists and for the United States and its allied partners to combat the threat by extremist groups.
Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube, explains “Brexit itself is better understood as an issue that has focused an independent feeling of mistrust, rather than as its generator.”
Asia Bibi: British Imams (including Quilliam International’s, Head of Islamic Studies, Dr Usama Hasan) join calls for the UK to give her asylum.
Quilliam International’s, Director of Policy, David Toube explains “It is essential that we all oppose extremism of all types, wherever it may come from” in this piece by Ben Lazarus.
In this investigative Times piece by Andrew Norfolk, Quilliam International’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq, says Haitham al-Haddad is “prolific in spreading a hate-based interpretation and distortion of my religion”. The story examines why some charities have been let into the Amazon scheme ‘Amazon Smile’ despite warnings.
Quilliam International’s Adam Deen explains that “Any criminal wants to get out of prison early and it’s no different with Islamist extremists, they will say anything,” discussing the growing number of terrorists being released from British prisons in this piece by Lizzie Dearden.
Quilliam International’s Researcher Muna Adil’s piece in the Independent discussing the latest figures from the Home Office that have shown the number of white suspected terrorists being arrested in the UK has overtaken the number of Asian terror suspects for the first time in over a decade.
Quilliam International’s Director of Policy David Toube’s piece in The Telegraph discussing Anjem Choudary, their former friendship and the implication of his release from prison next month.
It was over a decade ago that I first heard about sex grooming gangs. Through a report on Channel 4 News, I learned how young men of Pakistani origin were sexually exploiting vulnerable, under-age white girls after plying them with cigarettes, alcohol and gifts.