Quilliam International Celebrates 10 Years

LONDON – The Quilliam Winter Gala was held at the Royal Horticultural Hall in Westminster and welcomed 300 guests and was supported by many organisations and private donors. Our speakers were heartfelt and varied from a brave Afghan war hero, a Syrian refugee who spoke with optimism for his country, to our own campaigners working tirelessly at the grassroots level. The evening proved to be an emotional eye-opener for many and we thank everyone that attended and supported us on the night.


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READ: Quilliam International’s Winter Gala Fundraiser 2017 was reviewed by prominent blogger Farrukh Younus of Implausible blog. Read his review and thoughts on our Winter Gala.


On his weekly LBC show, Quilliam International Founder Maajid Nawaz predicts ISIS will continue to fight a guerrilla insurrection and that a resurgent al-Qaeda, led by Osama Bin Laden’s chosen son Hamza, will return to the fore.

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READ: Quilliam International’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq and Media Strategist, Muna Adil’s new piece in the Telegraph – The New York attack shows America still has no idea how to fight home-grown extremism.

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READ: Quilliam International’s President Noman Benotman features in the Daily Mail article discussing the Manchester bomber.


WATCH: Haras Rafiq, Chief Executive of Quilliam International speaks on a Sky News panel to discuss the issue of returning ISIS foreign fighters to Britain.


READ: Quilliam International’s Executive Director, North America, Muhammad Fraser-Rahim’s new piece in the New York Daily News –
Muslims must confront Islam’s role in terrorism and reclaim faith.

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READ: Quilliam International’s Executive Director, Adam Deen’s new piece in the Huffington Post – Sex, Lies, Co-Wives And Dawah.

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READ: Quilliam International’s Head of Islamic Studies Dr Usama Hasan features in the Telegraph article titled “Significant increase in prisoners caught with radical Islamist books fuelling concerns jails are becoming hotbeds of extremism” by Izzy Lyons.

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WATCH: Quilliam International’s Executive Director, North America, Muhammad Fraser-Rahim appeared on CGTN America to discuss the U.S counter-terrorism response.

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Head of Islamic Studies Speaks at ComRes Report Launch

LONDON – Quilliam International’s Head of Islamic Studies, Dr Usama Hasan spoke at Eversheds Sutherland’s launch of the new ComRes report on Religion & Belief in the Workplace. Dr Usama was joined on the panel by representatives of the Christian Lawyers’ Fellowship and the Hindu Lawyers Association.

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Quilliam Advise the Prison Services

Quilliam International joined the advisory group for the new separation centres within the prison service, designed to isolate dangerous terrorist recruiters and safeguard the wider prison population from their influence.

Quilliam International’s Chief Executive Haras Rafiq discussing the recent death of Sally Jones and speaks about radicalisation, the growing Quilliam Circle and how you can get involved in the fightback against Islamist extremism.

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Senior Research Speaks at BCI Conference

LONDON- Quilliam’s Dr Salah Al-Ansari delivered a presentation on terrorism in the digital age. at the Business Continuity Institute World Conference and Exhibition 2017.

Dr Salah addressed the challenge of terrorism in the digital age, how it could impact on businesses and what these businesses could do to fight back. His audience included a vast and diverse range of nationalities, from Abu Dhabi to Malaysia, Europe and Pakistan.

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