Invitation to Quilliam’s Winter Gala 2018
Quilliam International would like to invite you to its Winter Gala in support of Muslims and Jews standing together against Anti-Semitism and Anti-Muslim hatred #Solidarity. The event will be held at a secret central London venue on Thursday, November 1st.
The evening will be hosted by TV Personality, Saira Khan, and Game of Thrones actress, Laura Pradelska.
We are also pleased to announce that Arab-Israeli singer, songwriter & actress Mira Awad will be performing a collection of her songs. Mira was the first Arab Israeli to represent Israel at the Eurovision song contest.BUY TICKETS
Join Quilliam Circle, our civil society movement against extremism today to receive discounted tickets.
LISTEN – Quilliam founder, Maajid Nawaz on his LBC radio show speaking about Anjem Choudary and why extremists like him played us all.LISTEN HERE
Quilliam’s STEER training
Looking for Prevent training? Quilliam’s Prevent training empowers teachers to confidently deal with and spot early signs of radicalisation.
WATCH: Quilliam International’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq – “We lost the focus on the hearts and minds” appeared on BBC Sunday Politics to discuss the release of Anjem Choudary and the implications of his release. He was joined on the panel by MP’s Karen Buck and Paul Scully.
Listen to Quilliam’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq – “He will try to manipulate the media” on BBC Radio London with Vanessa Feltz discussing Anjem Choudary’s release from prison.LISTEN HERE
Listen to Next in Q Episode 3 Featuring Aimen Dean
Listen to our new Podcast ‘Next in Q’ featuring former al-Qaeda agent turned MI6 spy Aimen Dean titled ‘A British Spy in Al Qaeda’ with our host Director of Policy, David Toube.
“Eight years undercover do really take their toll on you. I became diabetic during that time. The stress of a double life is too much. You are constantly on the move, monitoring cells, infiltrating organisations that want to do harm to others. So you do not have a normal life whatsoever.
So I remember, when my identity was compromised in 2006, in the beginning, I was angry and I thought it was a terrible calamity, a few months later I realised what a relief it was. Because I finally started to feel at ease – that I do not have to look over my shoulder all the time…”
Listen to Quilliam International’s Researcher & Media Strategist, Muna Adil, appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live to discuss the grooming gang conviction in Huddersfield.LISTEN HERE
Read our report Group Based Child Sexual Exploitation – Dissecting Grooming Gangs here.
Listen to Quilliam International’s Head of Islamic Studies, Dr Usama Hasan, on talkRADIO with Julia Hartley-Brewer discussing Anjem Choudhary’s release from prison on license and what this could mean for him.LISTEN HERE
WATCH: Watch Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube – “Without Anjem Choudary the hate preacher, he is nothing” on an ITV News report on Anjem Choudary’s release from prison.
LISTEN: Listen to Quilliam’s Director of Policy, David Toube on Love Sport Radio with Kelvin MacKenzie discussing Anjem Choudary’s release from prison.LISTEN HERE
WATCH: Quilliam International’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq, on Sky News explaining why it’s important that following his release from prison we do not give Anjem Choudary a platform to get his message across to his followers.
READ: Quilliam International’s Director of Policy, David Toube, comments on this piece in the Express and explains why he thinks it’s very unlikely Anjem Choudary will ever change his position.READ MORE
READ: Quilliam’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq, explains why the media saw Anjem Choudary as a “pantomime villain but he was the pied piper of Islamist terrorism, not only in the UK but in the west and around the world.”Read More
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Read our Q Perspective
READ: Q Perspective by Quilliam International’s Chief Executive, Haras Rafiq, examining how Islamist groups have been raising funds through multiple platforms such as Amazon Smile & Just Giving.