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Sunday, 13 January 2013
Extremists attend more than 200 university events
Hizb ut Tahrir in UK universities: “We as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech, and even of freedom.”
Islamic extremists preached at more than 200 university events last year raising fresh fears over radicalisation on campus.
A dozen events featured speakers with links to the fanatical group Hizb ut Tahrir – a controversial organisation banned by the National Union of Students.
Extremists were invited to a host of events despite criticism from Theresa May, the Home Secretary, that universities were “complacent” in tackling the risk of radicalisation.
The research, by campaign group Student Rights, found a total of 214 university events featured known extremists last year.
The most frequent speaker was Hamza Tzortzis who was promoted at 48 events,
Mr Tzortzis has called for an Islamic state, expressed his hostility towards Western values and stated that: "We as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech, and even of freedom."
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