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Hannah Stuart

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Hannah Stuart

Hannah Stuart is a Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society and has authored reports on extremism, terrorism and jihadist ideology as well as religious law and the role of religion in the public sphere. Hannah has a strong research record and her work has informed UK government policy. She gave testimony to the UK Home Affairs Select Committee on radicalisation. She has written analysis for the Wall Street Journal, The Times, Foreign Policy, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, and the Guardian, among others. Hannah has a MA in International Studies and Diplomacy (with Distinction) from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and a BA in English Literature from the University of Bristol.

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August 18, 2016

Hannah Stuart on NPR All Things Considered discussing Anjem Choudary’s conviction

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Extremism, ISIS, Islamism, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
August 16, 2016

Revealed: how Anjem Choudary influenced at least 100 British jihadis

Anjem Choudary and his extremist groups are believed to have motivated at least 100 people from Britain to pursue terrorism, including organisations committed to campaigns of murder against the west, the Guardian has learned.
Choudary avoided serious criminal charges for years, …

Posted in Extremism, ISIS, Islamism, News Coverage, Religious Fundamentalism, Syria, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom

Now Choudary’s burka-clad wife is probed by the police: Officers investigate after she was caught on camera leading a group of women who support ISIS

The wife of Anjem Choudary is being investigated by police after being caught on camera leading a secretive group of women supporting Islamic State.
Rubana Akhtar, 42, who is the leader of the female wing of Choudary‚Äôs banned terror group, Al-Muhajiroun, …

Posted in Extremism, ISIS, Islamism, News Coverage, Religious Fundamentalism, United Kingdom
December 15, 2015

Is Shaker Aamer still a threat? Hannah Stuart on BBC Daily Politics

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, CRT News Coverage, Extremism, Islamism, Terrorism & Security
December 10, 2015

Safeguarding children from jihadists: Hannah Stuart on ITV News

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, CRT News Coverage, ISIS, Islamism, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security
November 3, 2015

The danger of non-violent extremism: Hannah Stuart on BBC Radio 4

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Extremism, Far-Right, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security
October 8, 2015

Hannah Stuart discusses the government’s deradicalisation programme “Channel” on BBC Radio 5 Live

Posted in Broadcast Appearances, Extremism, Far-Right, Islamism, Media Centre, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security, United Kingdom
September 24, 2015

Syrian refugees crisis: Is Bradford a safe home for Muslim migrants in the UK?

Originally published in the International Business Times
The three Dawood sisters were daughters of Bradford, West Yorkshire. But they are in Syria now, living in territory controlled by the terror group Islamic State, also known as Isis. Khadija, Sugra and Zohra …

Posted in CRT News Coverage, ISIS, News Coverage, Religious Fundamentalism, Terrorism & Security
September 10, 2015

‘Steady rise’ in Great Britain terror arrests since Arab Spring

Originally published on BT News via the Press Association 
The number of suspected terrorists arrested in the UK has reached record levels as police and security services mount an unprecedented response to the threat posed by Islamic State.
In the year to …

Posted in CRT, CRT News Coverage, News Coverage, Religious Fundamentalism, United Kingdom

Women terror suspects hit record levels because of Isil lure

Originally published in The Telegraph

Britain is facing a record number of suspected women terrorists lured by the barbaric attraction of Isil.

Some 35 females were arrested under terrorism laws last year after figures almost doubled in just two years.

Most were suspected …

Posted in CRT News Coverage, News Coverage, United Kingdom
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