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Originally published by the New Statesman
When I was a teenager, and prone to overlapping love affairs as teenagers often are, I found myself abandoned by one girl in favour of a white boy, and found another at the expense of a Muslim.
As Douglas Murray, a columnist for the Spectator and the Express has perceptively written on the problem of extremism, anyone who seeks “to apportion blame where it is not due while refusing to condemn those actually responsible, is not just a willing dupe. They are part of the problem.”
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