By Joshua J. Skoczylis
This ebook explores the luck and screw ups of the hinder approach, which was once constructed through the united kingdom govt to assist cease humans turning into terrorists or assisting terrorism. It offers a holistic evaluation of the policy's formation, supply and influence on Muslim groups.
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There is a perception that as a result these freelance operators are willing to cause mass casualties through the use of unconventional weapons such as chemical or radiological devices (Burke, 2007, p. 297). Isolated and/or disenfranchised diaspora communities in Britain retain bonds with relatives in their home country overseas, and empathise with their grievances. , 2010). How CONTEST frames terrorism is therefore important because its workstream affects the target communities, in this case Muslim communities in Britain.
Hence, Prevent aims to work with these communities, to combat the spread of such ideologies and discontent. ’ Such rhetoric is based on selective interpretations of Islam (HM Government, 2009b). The impression CONTEST therefore gives is still one of ‘them versus us’, with very little middle ground: We will also continue to challenge views which fall short of supporting violence and are within the law, but which reject and undermine our shared values and jeopardize community cohesion. (HM Government, 2009b, p.
6). How marginalised communities position themselves and/or are positioned by society is key to understanding their reactions to events and state interventions. Kaman et al. argue that powerless groups ‘do not always avoid or yield in conflicts. , 2010, p. 715). , 2005). Therefore, how marginalised groups view themselves, are viewed by others and are policed affects the groups’ perception of procedural justice and fairness. This in turn influences the level of trust, and ultimately the perception of legitimacy (Hawdon, 2008).
The Local Prevention of Terrorism: Strategy and Practice in the Fight Against Terrorism by Joshua J. Skoczylis