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Extremism
February 2, 2018

Terror watchdog Max Hill QC branded a ‘politically-correct snowflake’ for saying the term ‘Islamist terrorism’ should be banned

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Henry Jackson Society

TERROR watchdog Max Hill QC was branded a “politically-correct snowflake” last night – for saying the term “Islamist terrorism” should be banned.

Mr Hill, who is being paid £1,200 a day to review Britain’s terror laws, said it is “fundamentally wrong to attach the word ‘terrorism’ to any of the world religions”.

Emma Webb, research fellow at the Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism, said: “The Islamist-linked groups consulted by Max Hill QC had a vested interest in calling for these attacks to be disassociated with their ideology.

“There is now no doubt that the independent reviewer has been influenced heavily by his consultation roundtables with these groups.”

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