Quilliam’s publications draw on one-to-one interviews, surveys and a range of secondary data sources, including research studies, government reports, academic articles, news sources, and surveys.
In and Out of Islamism
by Maajid Nawaz
Maajid Nawaz, in his first public speech after leaving Islamism, speaks about his introduction to Islamism, what he used to believe, and what he believes about politics and Islam.
Pulling Together to Defeat Terror
by Quilliam Foundation
Based upon wide discussions and consultations, the following is a preliminary set of recommendations for uprooting Islamist Extremism put forward by Quilliam Foundation.
Re-programming British Muslims: A Study of the Islam Channel
by Talal Rajab
In 2004 the Islam Channel was launched in Britain. Over the years the channel has grown in terms of the number of different programmes broadcast and the variety of topics that are covered on its airwaves...
The Balance of Islam in Challenging Extremism
by Usama Hasan
This outlines the intrinsic Islamic teachings about balance and moderation, and highlights Qur’anic warnings against extremism, as well as the Prophet Muhammad’s specific, practical advice about manifesting faith in such a way as to avoid extremes. Ways to combat extremism are then outlined from the Islamic tradition, including dialogue, respect for human rights and religious expression, with reference to Islamic history as well as more recent events.
Jihad Trending: A Comprehensive Analysis of Online Extremism and How to Counter it
by Ghaffar Hussain and Dr Erin Marie Saltman