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Survey demonstrates British public’s thinking about Muslims is based on misconceptions

An Ipsos Mori survey on Muslims in Britain reveals that a number of the British general public’s understandings regarding Muslims, including the number of Muslims in the country and the compatibility of Islam and British life, are misconceptions.

The Edge of Violence: A Radical Approach to Extremism

The path into terrorism in the name of Islam is often described as a process of radicalisation. But to be radical is not necessarily to be violent. Violent radicals are clearly enemies of liberal democracies, but non-violent radicals might sometimes be powerful allies. This report is a summary of two years of research examining the difference between violent and non-violent radicals in Europe and Canada. It represents a step towards a more nuanced understanding of behaviour across radicalised individuals, the appeal of the al-Qaeda narrative, and the role of governments and communities in responding.

‘Muslim Camp’ draws UK teens to combat extremism

Like any rousing Islamic preacher, Muhammed Tahir ul-Qadri's voice rises to a shout and his index finger jabs as he hammers home a point....

Disaffection Among British Muslim Youth

There is a political debate within Britain's Muslim youth - and it is getting louder in the wake of continued scrutiny of their communities...