The research found that a third of Muslim students supported the creation of a world-wide caliphate or Islamic state. Sleep little darlin ....
It looks like the "tiny minority of extremists" is growing. Incidentally, Islamists are frequently encouraged to cover up their militancy as a taqiya strategem, so this story is likely quite understated:
ALMOST a third of British Muslim students believe killing in the name of Islam can be justified, according to a poll.
The study also found that two in five Muslims at university support the incorporation of Islamic sharia codes into British law.
The YouGov poll for the Centre for Social Cohesion (CSC) will raise concerns about the extent of campus radicalism. "Significant numbers appear to hold beliefs which contravene democratic values," said Hannah Stuart, one of the report’s authors. "These results are deeply embarrassing for those who have said there is no extremism in British universities." The research found that a third of Muslim students supported the creation of a world-wide caliphate or Islamic state.
A number of terrorists have been radicalised at British universities. Kafeel Ahmed, who drove a flaming jeep into a building at Glasgow airport last year and died of his burns, is believed to have been radicalised while studying at Anglia Ruskin university, Cambridge.