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Londonistan: Britain’s Terror State from Within

Social science


by
Melanie Phillips

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 288 pages

File size: 440 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Years have passed since 7/7. Alarmingly, however, even under Cameron, Britain still continues to fan the radicalisation of its society. Britain’s establishment is pretending to be tough on terrorism, but continues to look the other way. This refusal to act goes back three decades, when a hub for terror throughout Europe and elsewhere was allowed access to British soil – Londonistan. In Londonistan, Melanie Phillips interviews key politicians, moderate Muslims, academics and intelligence experts. She uncovers a persistent state of denial by the establishment entrusted with our security, both on the left and right. Hers is an acclaimed and gripping account of Britain’s failure in handling its terrorist and social crisis.

Years have passed since 7/7. Alarmingly, however, even under Cameron, Britain still continues to fan the radicalisation of its society. Britain’s establishment is pretending to be tough on terrorism, but continues to look the other way. This refusal to act goes back three decades, when a hub for terror throughout Europe and elsewhere was allowed access to British soil – Londonistan. In Londonistan, Melanie Phillips interviews key politicians, moderate Muslims,… (more)

Years have passed since 7/7. Alarmingly, however, even under Cameron, Britain still continues to fan the radicalisation of its society. Britain’s establishment is pretending to be tough on terrorism, but continues to look the other way. This refusal to act goes back three decades, when a hub for terror throughout Europe and elsewhere was allowed access to British soil – Londonistan. In Londonistan, Melanie Phillips interviews key politicians, moderate Muslims, academics and intelligence experts. She uncovers a persistent state of denial by the establishment entrusted with our security, both on the left and right. Hers is an acclaimed and gripping account of Britain’s failure in handling its terrorist and social crisis.

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