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March 11, 2007

Telegraph: Islamists Sack Oxford

More trouble in England's universities as Islamists use the fertile grounds of intellectualism to recruit and indoctrinate another generation's radicals, or so reports the Telegraph.

Prof Glees will warn the Association of University Chief Security Officers (Aucso) next month that the disbanded extremist group, al-Muhajiroun, claims to have infiltrated "the main campuses such as Cambridge, Oxford, the London School of Economics and Imperial College".

His speech on "radicalism in universities" also states that at its peak before the July 7 bombings in 2005, al-Muhajiroun had a presence at "more than 48 universities and faculties", and that Omar Bakri Mohammed, the group's founder, claims it is "still operational" in several campuses.

Prof Glees, the director of Brunel University's Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, said: "We must accept this problem is widespread and underestimated. Unless clear and decisive action against campus extremism is taken, the security situation in the UK can only deteriorate."

This problem has been a mainstay within England for quite some time. You start to wonder what England could do to end the threat of home-grown extremists.



Posted by Chad at March 11, 2007 3:55 PM





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