Great reviews and an Amnesty Long List for Quilliam’s production at the Edinburgh Fringe. Please show your support by attending or reviewing. Running until the 28th of August. Picture by Alex Brenner. Read the Reviews
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On his weekly LBC show, Quilliam Founder Maajid Nawaz laid down the exact reason why he thinks it’s child abuse to make young Muslim girls wear headscarves.
READ: Quilliam Founder Maajid Nawaz’s new piece in the International and Politics Society – Islamism and Ignorance: How denial of Islamist ideology promotes terror.
Watch and share how the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) reverse engineered adding Maajid Nawaz on their list of ‘anti-Muslim extremists’ to push their ideological narrative.
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READ: Quilliam’s Executive Director, North America Muhammad Fraser-Rahim and Researcher Muna Adil’s new piece in our Quilliam blog – No easy answers: Why Western Muslim communities must be their own saviour.Read More
Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Executive Director, North America spoke and presented at the Heritage Foundation.
He spoke on a panel titled, “Defending the Homeland and the Future of US CVE Policy.” The event was covered live streamed by C-Span.
Executive Director (US) published in Newsweek
Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Executive Director, North America published an article in Newsweek on why the U.S. must stand by Somalia as it fights against both AQ and ISIS.Read More
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WATCH: Quilliam International’s Head of Islamic Studies Dr Usama Hasan appeared on BBC News to discuss the ‘Three Musketeers’ found guilty of planning UK terror plot.
WATCH NOW: Our Circle friend Cameron talking about how his coaching session has helped him challenge extremism.