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UK: Extremists in the Heart of Government
by Samuel Westrop
A British government body responsible for monitoring the counter-terrorism procedures among Britain's 44 police forces has admitted, the Daily Telegraph reports, to employing "one of Britain's most notorious Islamic extremists."
Abdullah Al-Andalusi, whose real name is Mouloud Farid, worked at Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary, at which he was privy to "highly sensitive and classified police and intelligence information."
Andalusi passed the required security checks despite his public reputation for collaborating with extremist groups such as Hizb ut-Tahrir, a global Islamist movement, and CAGE, a pro-jihadist group that worked closely with the ISIS executioner "Jihadi John."
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