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Counter-terrorism chiefs ‘to target Muslim extremists’ after blasphemy threat


Counter-terrorism chiefs ‘to target Muslim extremists’ after blasphemy threat to teacher who showed drawing of Prophet Muhammad to his class

Muslim extremists who threaten people they accuse of blasphemy must be targeted by counter-terrorism operatives, a landmark Government report will recommend.

Tackling so-called ‘blasphemy violence’ will be a key recommendation in the long-awaited report on Prevent, the Government’s flagship counter-terrorism programme, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

In Islam, it is considered blasphemy to depict the Prophet Muhammad or any members of his close family – and among hardliners, the punishment for such an act is death.

The report, by former Charity Commission chief William Shawcross, will urge Prevent teams to…



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