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Re: Terrorism (and the psychology of resistance)
Jun 05, 2017, 08:01
Not following the thread as such, but perhaps we should concentrate on what is being done, or not. Nazir Afzal, spokesman perhaps for Muslim people, has been outlining his views, mostly in The Times unfortunately (subscription).


He draws a parallel with what happened in Ireland, and states that the 'lazy state' of our government, OBEs the wrong Muslim leaders. Interestingly more money should be spent on women's groups within the community.

"In a speech to Manchester’s Chamber of Commerce, he said: “The Prevent duty to report extremist behaviour is today’s equivalent of internment in Northern Ireland – a policy felt to be highly discriminatory against one section of the community."

Prevent is a policy of the government, does it spy? or does it help? Afzal seems to think it works...


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