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Posts Tagged: counter-terrorism
The case for attacking ISIS there will vary. That for tackling Islamist extremism here does not.
Few leaders on the continental mainland have the understanding and the political will to take the measures that are needed to protect their citizens.
We must work with our European friends to stop these killings anywhere these murderers plan them.
By attaching special, frightening labels to criminal acts, we are putting propaganda tools into the hands of our enemies.
They attack an imaginary Government strategy, which is of course easier than attacking the real one.
The ANC government has turned a blind eye to terrorist groups since the 1990s, and is endangering both its neighbours and its own citizens.
The reason for the defensive reaction displayed arises from a lack of confidence regarding the status of Islam in Britain and other liberal societies.
Parvez Akhtar: The Government’s counter-terrorism legislation is a chance to win back control of Islam from extremists
The vocal minority who try to hijack a peaceful religion must be challenged.
Baroness Warsi: The way to build British values is to bring people together – not to isolate, ban, and silence them
The former Party Chairman argues that our pursuit of tolerance must not itself be intolerant.
Studying the reasons why terrorists kill must never be confused with justifying their decision to do so.
The balance of the argument is strongly against them. But this might change – and there are few absolutes when the balance of liberty and security is weighed.
They also discuss Russia and NATO.
The head of MI5 warns that we too will be attacked. But in the battle for hearts and minds, the barbarity of our opponents is an advantage.
WATCH: Osborne on Paris – “We all in the civilised world face this fight against people who want to destroy our values.”
The Chancellor on terror in France, the NHS, the Northern Powerhouse, the election debates – and the next election.