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Why Counter-Extremism must begin with Students – By Charlie Evans

Guest-post – The opinions expressed in the article below do not necessarily reflect the view of Quilliam. If you’re interested in writing for the Quilliam blog, please email your submission to [email protected] University students are intelligent people. They are free-thinking intellectuals who show incredible promise and will go on to...
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Define People by Their Humanity – Not by Their Religion – By Joan Ward

Guest-post – The opinions expressed in the article below do not necessarily reflect the view of Quilliam. If you’re interested in writing for the Quilliam blog, please email your submission to [email protected] In an excellent podcast earlier this week for the Godless Spellchecker, Maajid Nawaz said that ‘any form of...
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The Fall of the Arab Spring and the Rise of the Islamic State – By Barney Hagan

Guest-post – The opinions expressed in the article below do not necessarily reflect the view of Quilliam. If you’re interested in writing for the Quilliam blog, please email your submission to [email protected] In December 2010, anti-government protests began in Tunisia when Mohamed Bouazizi immolated himself following the confiscation of his...
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A rough guide to Islamic State’s video propaganda – By Daniel J. Levy

Guest-post – The opinions expressed in the article below do not necessarily reflect the view of Quilliam. If you’re interested in writing for the Quilliam blog, please email your submission to [email protected] Western discourse on the Syrian Civil War and terrorism were, until recently, mostly focussed on the respective atrocities...
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Fighting Fire with Fire: The Power of a Counter-Narrative – By Vijay Kumar

Guest-post – The opinions expressed in the article below do not necessarily reflect the view of Quilliam. If you’re interested in writing for the Quilliam blog, please email your submissions to [email protected] I grew up in what you would consider to be a culturally Hindu household. My family wasn’t particularly...
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