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A radical preacher, described as a mentor to militants, will be retried in France.

Comment: An inquiry into Tory Islamophobia would be futile; it's a cornerstone party value, writes Ruqaya Izzidien.

How will Europe deal with returning IS fighters?

Stasa Salacanin

How will Europe deal with returning IS fighters?

In-depth: In the aftermath of the Islamic State group's defeat, the question remains what to do with captured and returning fighters and their families, writes Stasa Salacanin.

Londoners mark anniversary of Finsbury Park mosque terror attack

The New Arab & agencies

Londoners mark anniversary of Finsbury Park mosque terror attack

Father-of-six Makram Ali was killed when far-right extremist Darren Osbourne ploughed his van into a crowd outside the north London mosque.

Prevent is the virus, not the vaccine

Ruqaya Izzidien

Prevent is the virus, not the vaccine

Comment: The doctor-patient relationship should be one of trust, not an opportunity for the government to monitor political beliefs, writes ...

The New Arab

Turkey slams 'racist', 'anti-Islam' Austria following mosque closures

Turkey's presidential spokesperson has fired back at Austria over the closure of Turkish-linked mosques, and potential deportation of dozens of Muslim imams.

The New Arab

Austria closes mosques, expels imams in 'political Islam' crackdown

Austria's right-wing government in launching a crackdown on mosques and imams it links to 'political Islam'

Otman Aitlkaboud

The misogyny of terror

Comment: Trivialising misogyny's role in terrorism's wider context is dangerous, writes Otman Aitlkaboud.

Malia Bouattia

Deport, deprive, extradite: Terror suspects and the security state

Book review: Nisha Kapoor's book exposes how racialised subjects are dehumanised, and how the state's securitisation agenda seeks to police and ...

One dead in Paris knife attack claimed by IS

The New Arab & agencies

One dead in Paris knife attack claimed by IS

A Chechen-born knifeman was shot dead by police in central Paris after killing one and injuring four in an attack claimed by the Islamic State ...

The New Arab

'Go to hell': Egypt's Al-Azhar blasts French anti-Semitism manifesto

A senior official in Egypt's top Islamic authority has slammed a controversial French manifesto that calls for certain passages of the Quran to ...

French Muslims blast anti-Semitism letter as attack on Islam

The New Arab & agencies

French Muslims blast anti-Semitism letter as attack on Islam

French Muslims have denounced an open letter calling for certain verses of the Quran to be removed.

'State of emergency' erodes France and Tunisia's civil liberties

Cyril Lemba

'State of emergency' erodes France and Tunisia's civil liberties

Comment: The state of emergency declared by the French and Tunisian governments has led to increasing infringements of civil liberties, but ...

Who are the French and Tunisian Islamic State soldiers?

Yassine Nabli and Malek Lakhal

Who are the French and Tunisian Islamic State soldiers?

Comment: France and Tunisia face similar challenges, and must seek to alleviate the exclusion that has become so widespread among their young ...

<em>Radicalisation</em> in prison cells in France and Tunisia

Jeremy Felkowsky

Radicalisation in prison cells in France and Tunisia

Comment: In overcrowded and dehumanising prison conditions, someone making a speech that is even the slightest bit comforting or inspiring can ...

Warda Mohamed

France and Tunisia's war or terror: An introduction

Comment: 'How do we define terrorism?' and who should be classed as a 'terrorist'? Warda Mohammed introduces this special series on responses to terrorism in France and Tunisia.

Malia Bouattia

Students not suspects: Prevent on campus

Comment: The Prevent policy disproportionately targets dissenting students, people of colour and Muslims, writes Malia Bouattia.

Emile Nakhleh

Inauspicious anniversaries and lessons unlearned

Comment: Since, 9/11, the Iraq War and the Arab Spring, Washington has failed to reset its relations with the Middle East, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Hassina Mechai

Using and abusing the state of emergency

Comment: The amorphous concept of 'terrorism' has created the opportunity for both foreign and domestic wars, writes Hassina Mechai.

Inclusion the only way to stop <em>radicalisation</em>, ex-jihadist warns

Nino Orto

Inclusion the only way to stop radicalisation, ex-jihadist warns

In-depth: Nino Orto talks to ex-Islamist fighter Shahid Butt on the importance of community and education in making young British Muslims ...

The New Arab & agencies

France gunman 'summoned by anti-terror police before attack'

French authorities are facing criticism for not having prevented last week's IS-inspired terror attack that killed four people, despite the ...

Macron sees new vision of Islam with female imam

The New Arab

Macron sees new vision of Islam with female imam

France's president on Monday met with Sherin Khankan, Denmark's first female imam, to discuss the future of Islam in Europe amid a push by Paris ...

French policeman 'who swapped self for hostage' shot dead

The New Arab & agencies

French policeman 'who swapped self for hostage' shot dead

A policeman, hailed as a 'hero,' has become the fourth victim of an IS-linked supermarket hostage-taking attack in southern France after being ...

A journey into Russia's Muslim heartlands

Usman Butt

A journey into Russia's Muslim heartlands

Book review: Tackling themes such as religious diversity under authoritarianism, tolerance and radicalisation, Dominic Rubin's new book ...

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