British Prisons and terrorism: the foretold failure

A few days ago, the head of MI5 Jonathan Evans has undertaken the unusual step of revealing, among other aspects linked to the security of the UK, his own concerns that a number of soon-to-be-freed inmates are still 'committed extremists and likely to return to terrorist activities.' As an anthropologist who has conducted one of... Continue Reading →

New book: Faith, Ideology and Fear-Muslim Identities Within and Beyond Prisons

I am pleased to inform you that my book 'Faith, Ideology, and Fear: Muslim Identities Within and Beyond Prisons', published by Continuum, is now available. This book is based on my 4-year-research both within UK prisons as well as outside them. I have written about the research itself before. You can find the book both in... Continue Reading →

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