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Britain must investigate its Islamist ‘dawa’ networks

Britain must investigate its Islamist ‘dawa’ networks

15 May 2021

9:00 AM

15 May 2021

9:00 AM

A few months ago, William Shawcross was asked by the government to lead an independent review into its anti-terrorism strategy, Prevent, and to ‘consider the UK’s strategy for protecting people vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism’. Ever since his appointment was announced, Shawcross has been attacked by an array of activists who want to minimise any scrutiny of Islamist organisations.

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