Why do they enjoy doing their porridge?

Recently the Crown has claimed its first success in prosecuting, under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006, a wannabe ‘jihadi’, Mr Sohail Anjum Qureshi. Mr Sohail Qureshi, 29, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to charges of preparing to commit terrorist activity and possessing items of use to terrorists, including a night vision scope... Continue Reading →

Mr Barot’s disfigured face can radicalise Muslim prisoners more than his voice

Yesterday night I was reading some news on La Repubblica, when one of the latest news won my attention. It read: 'an Islamist has been attacked in an English prison and is fighting for his life’. Because my recent research has focused on Muslim prisoners, I was curious to know the victim’s name, the reasons... Continue Reading →

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