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Amid concern about Anjem Choudary’s release from prison, Ed Husain writes...

Writing in The Telegraph, Ed Husain says that the case of Anjem Choudary, the Islamist hate preacher who is due to be released from jail next month, demonstrates that the West “still has no answer to the Islamist ideal of the Caliphate”. He goes onto suggest that the discourse of the Labour leadership is fuelling Islamist extremism.

Manchester bomber came from strict Salafi family and was radicalised by...

In an exclusive interview with The Sunday Times, a cousin of Salman Abedi, the bomber responsible for the 2017 Manchester terror attack, discusses Abedi’s radicalisation. He says Abedi came from a strict Salafi family and was radicalised by family of an al-Qaeda terrorist.

Spectator’s claim 32,000 Muslims pose credible threat to national security found...

A claim made by the Spectator in September, 2017 that “there are an estimated 32,000 Muslims eager to commit the next terror atrocity” has been found to be “significantly” inaccurate by the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). It took the article five months to be corrected, during which time countless readers will have read the false statistics, which misrepresent British Muslims.

Investigation uncovers 64 American jihadists in Syria and Iraq

The investigation, conducted by The George Washington University’s Program on Extremism, revealed cases which have never been publically released and identifies notable trends among the backgrounds, profiles, and threats posed by the American jihadists.