Prevent anti-extremism strategy 'fuelling distrust among Muslim communities'



The Government is facing renewed calls to overhaul its controversial Prevent anti-extremism strategy amid warnings that it is fuelling distrust among Muslim communities.
The independent reviewer of terror legislation, David Anderson QC, said some Muslims felt the programme - intended to stop people becoming radicalised - was targeting the practice of Islam itself.
While he acknowledged the fears were exaggerated, he said there needed to be greater openness on how the scheme was operating, with more dialogue with the communities involved, if trust was to be restored.
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6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 20
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