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New anti-terror measures revealed

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Theresa May said the threat from jihadists and other fanatics is "greater than it has ever been" 

And the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) criticised the week-long national police initiative to raise awareness about terrorism as "ill thought-out", warning it "only serve to further alienate Muslims".

IHRC chair Massoud Shadjareh said: "Government anti-terrorism policy is in total disarray and governed by the needs of foreign policy rather than the aim of preventing terrorism.

"The latest initiative is pumping the same failed Prevent agenda that is actually responsible for driving more people into extremist violence."

Read the full article published on 24 November 2014 on Gazette & Herald

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