The UK has no idea what it’s doing with Islamic jihadists in the streets of the UK and in its prisons where Muslim heroes have a platform ripe for radicalization.
IPT News by Steve Dunleavy
While the most positive news in the war on Islamic terrorism has come from military successes against ISIS in Mosul and Syria, the overlooked recent failures by authorities to effectively deal with home grown Islamists is a cause for growing concern.
Whether it is by downplaying the threat or attempting to come up with snappy-sounding strategies to deal with the growing list of suspected terrorists “known to the authorities,” the West is struggling to reverse the tide of radicalization, particularly in the prison system. The latest example is the UK’s plan to deal with imprisoned Islamic terrorists by creating “separation centers” that would “…have an individualized care and management plan which sets out realistic, achievable targets, while also taking into account the complex, ideological/political nature of some of the risks that need to be targeted.”
What a bunch of gobbledygook.
Keep in mind that the type of inmates they are talking about include the likes of Michael Adebolajo, convicted in the brutal killing of British Army soldier Lee Rigby, and Anjem Choudary, the bigoted radical Islamic clergy who inspired countless attendees at his Finsbury Mosque to jihad, including ex-con “Shoe Bomber” Richard Reid. Choudary was convicted of providing material support to the Islamic State terrorist organization[…]