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Defending the 'right to blaspheme' was formally adopted as policy by the Liberal Democrat party in the UK. It was defended eloquently by Maajid Nawaz, one of the party's parliamentary candidates for the upcoming general election. He is a former Islamist who was a recruiter for Hizb ut-Tahrir before he changed his views and co-founded the counter-extremism think tank the Quilliam Foundation. 

This is his impassioned speech to the Liberal-Democrat conference in favour of the 'right to blaspheme.'

CNN Peter Bergan debunks the myth that terrorism arises from economic deprivation and looks at the ideology driving terrorists.

In a Friday sermon  Ismail Al-Wahwah, spokesman for the Australian chapter of Hizb ut-Tahrir, said, "The Jews are the most evil creatures of Allah. Moral corruption is linked to the Jews."  The video was posted on the Internet by the Hizb ut-Tahrir channel.

In a Friday sermon in Algiers, Sheik Kamel Nour says there is can be no equality between men and women and there is no need for human rights.

Clarion Project's National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro on the 'Kennedy' show talks about the profile of Islamic State recruits.

In this exclusive briefing for the Clarion Project, Dr Gary Samore, President Barack Obama's former White House Coordinator on Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction describes the risks of Iran's overt and covert nuclear program which is intended to develop nuclear weapons.

In conjunction with International Women's Day, a group of men took their statements 'out of the hotel meetings' and on to the street to march in solidarity with the oppressed women of Afghanistan.