‘Political Correctness Allowed Islamic Radicalism To Flourish In Britain’: UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman

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New Delhi: United Kingdom Home Secretary Suella Braverman said during an anti-insurgency conference that ‘political correctness’ has created a blind spot for ‘Islamic terrorism’ to flourish. He claimed that there was a “highly co-ordinated” Islamist network in the UK that was hiding in “thoroughly respectable” disguises. However, she said, this network held extremist views internally.

According to reports, Braverman said, “We have a blind spot in the system. It has allowed some Islamic groups to operate under our radar. There can be no room for political correctness in our national security.” Me, I’d like to get out of the country.” It completely.”

Braverman was speaking at a UK-led counter-terrorism event when she raised concerns about ‘Islamic radicalisation’ in the country. He also targeted Muslim advocacy groups such as MEND (Muslim Engagement and Development) and CAGE, accusing them of spreading “dishonest narratives”.

“Groups like Mend and Cage have consistently pursued harmful and dishonest narratives that have, until now, gone largely unreported,” Braverman said. Their members have repeatedly engaged in the demonization of Muslims who cooperate with counterterrorism efforts. Are.”

“Extremism is dangerous not only because it can lead to violence. It is dangerous in itself. And until we deal with it comprehensively, we should not be surprised when it continues to endure and grow – our shared norms values, basic rights and freedoms, with devastating consequences.”

Earlier, in November 2022, Suella Braverman sparked a controversy after she referred to migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats as “invading our south coast”. He made the remarks in response to questions about overcrowding at a processing center for new arrivals in the country.