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(writer)
Douglas Murray.jpg
BornDouglas Kear Murray
1979-07-16
Scotland, United Kingdom
NationalityBritish
Alma materMagdalen College (Oxford)
Member ofCentre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism
A neocon "terror expert"

Douglas K. Murray is a UK "terror expert".

Career

Murray worked as Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion a think tank set up by Civitas "following widespread and longstanding concern about the diminishing sense of community in Britain"[1].

Opinions

Douglas Murray wrote an article in February 2018 entitled Why we must back the new anti-extremism tsar, in which he argue that Sara Khan is a deeply admired and respected figure among the small community of people in the UK actually dedicated to challenging Islamist extremism.” [3]

Resources

 

A Document by Douglas Murray

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:The Scruton tapesarticle27 April 2019Roger Scruton
New Statesman
George Eaton
Deconstruction of a hit piece by The New Statesman which cost Scruton his unpaid goverment adisor position. It was based on egregious manipulation and misrepresentation of an interview with the paper's George Eaton

 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Identity Crisis: Can European civilization survive conference13 March 200814 March 2008Italy
Rome
European University of Rome
The Collapse of Europe Conference10 June 200711 June 2007US
California
Malibu
Pepperdine University
An openly Islamophobic conference in California, that may have been designed to promote Islamophobia in Europe as part of the "War On Terror".


References