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Winning The War On Terror

The threat from home-grown extremists radicalised in Britain are as realistic as the threats posed from other terrorist groups including Islamic


Kürtler ayrılık istemiyor

İngiltere Manchester Metropolitan Üniversitesi Öğretim Üyesi Prof. Dr. Hamed El Said, Akit’e konuştu. Türkiye’deki Çözüm sürecini yakından takip eden Prof. Dr. Hamed El Said, “Türkiye, Çözüm süreciyle beraber dünyanın en büyük ilk 15 ekonomi ülkesi haline geldi. Avrupa’nın 6. büyük ekonomisi haline geldi. Ortadoğu’nun da en büyük ekonomisi haline geldi. Bunun sonucunda da Kürtler, seçimlerde HDP yerine AK Parti’ye oy verdi. Bu şunu da gösterdi: Kürtlerin çok büyük bölümü bağımsızlık ya da ayrışma istemiyor. Bu ülkede bir arada yaşama iradesi istiyor” dedi.


Assessing Deradicalization Programs


“What I wanted to find out with my research was whether deradicalization programs work—and from what I saw, they really do,” said Hamed El-Said, Manchester Metropolitan University Professor, at the launch of IPI's new report Transforming Terrorists: Examining International Efforts to Address Violent Extremism. The report was co-authored by IPI Senior Policy Analyst Naureen Chowdhury Fink.


Muslim World ‘Outraged’ With UK Court Decision

A leading counter terrorism expert told Sputnik UK in an exclusive interview that the 12 year jail sentence handed to a man in Britain whose mother informed police after he travelled to Syria, could lead to the radicalisation of more Muslims.

Hamed El-Said, Professor in International Business and Political Economy at Manchester Metropolitan University, says the judge made a “Big mistake”.


9 June 2013: The Guardian Newspaper

"For obvious reasons, most of the deradicalisation programmes work with currently or recently detained militants. These, according to Professor Hamed El-Said, an expert in deradicalisation at the Manchester Metropolitan University, are a useful source of information, but not necessarily central to


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