Monthly Archives: April 2015

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April 30, 2015

Muslim vote to decide quarter of seats at General Election

Originally published in Express
In 159 seats, nearly half of them marginal, the number of Muslims is greater than the Tories’ winning majority in 2010.
Hindus, Buddhist and Jewish voters may also prove decisive on 7 May, according to research by the …

Posted in Democracy & Development, News Coverage, United Kingdom

How Lampedusa copes when the migrant ships come in

Originally published in The Spectator
The young hang about in packs or speed around town, two to a scooter. Old women group together on benches around the town square in front of the church. The men continually greet each other as …

Posted in Libya, Opinion Editorial, Spotlight, Trans-Atlantic Relations

Muslim vote could decide 25% of seats: Victory in a quarter of British constituencies will be decided by Islamic voters

Originally published in Daily Mail
British Muslims could have the decisive vote in a quarter of constituencies, analysis shows.
In 159 of the 632 seats, the number of Muslims is greater than the margin of victory in 2010.
And this is true among …

Posted in News Coverage, United Kingdom

Major HJS study on Britain’s religious electoral demographics finds minority religions have huge power to shape electoral outcome

CONCENTRATION OF MINORITY RELIGIONS IN MARGINAL SEATS MEANS THEY HAVE POTENTIAL IMPACT WELL BEYOND ABSOLUTE NUMBERS
 
LONDON – 30 April 2015
 
Amid continued deadlock in the polls between the two main parties, a new Henry Jackson Society study shows that minority religions …

Posted in Press Release, United Kingdom

Religious Diversity in British Parliamentary Constituencies

Henry Jackson Society study shows that minority religions could be crucial in influencing both the 2015 electoral result and the future British political landscape.
Religious Diversity in British Parliamentary Constituencies, the most comprehensive study of its kind, finds that while Great …

Posted in Democracy & Development, Publication, Spotlight, United Kingdom
April 25, 2015

Free to walk London’s streets, the extremist preacher and ‘mentor’ of Jihadi John

Originally Published in The Telegraph

Free to stroll through Britain’s cities, this is the al-Qaeda cleric suspected of radicalising “Jihadi John”.

Security services are understood to be investigating links between Hani al-Sibai and his influence on the west London terror network in …

Posted in CRT News Coverage, Extremism, ISIS, Islamism, Middle East, News Coverage, Religious Fundamentalism, Syria, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
April 24, 2015

24 April: Douglas Murray discusses how rich countries should confront migration on BBC Newshour Extra

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Human Rights, Libya, United Kingdom
April 23, 2015

The fall of Lutfur Rahman shows the power of brave campaigning journalism

Originally published in The Spectator
So farewell then Lutfur Rahman. On Thursday the Islamist-aligned Mayor of Tower Hamlets was found guilty of electoral fraud. The poll in which he was ‘elected’ has been declared void and he has now been barred from …

Posted in Democracy & Development, Islamism, Media, Opinion Editorial, Spotlight, United Kingdom
April 20, 2015

Event Transcript: ‘We Love Death As You Love Life: Britain’s Suburban Terrorists’

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Posted in Egypt, Event Transcript, Extremism, Iraq, ISIS, Islamism, Religious Fundamentalism, Syria, Turkey, Uncategorized, United Kingdom

Audio: ‘We Love Death As You Love Life: Britain’s Suburban Terrorists’

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Posted in Event Audio, Extremism, ISIS, Islamism, Middle East, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
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