Radical Islam anthology

In early December 2017, the Henry Jackson Society brought together leading experts for our very first Radical Islam conference, in order to discuss the prominence and rise of Islamist extremism. The conference triggered the commissioning of a body of work built to collate expert insight on how to tackle radical Islamist extremism. Today, the Henry Jackson Society has published this work in the form of the ‘Radical Islam Anthology’ – a collection of essays by nationally recognised experts on how to tackle the threat of Islamism. The compiled work contains articles from a wide range of figures, including the Government’s former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, Lord Carlile QC. Uniting all of these experts is a growing knowledge that responding rapidly to the increasing threats of Islamism is essential. The Anthology offers four key recommendations for how to counter the threat.

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