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    Extremists Turn Attention to Muslim Women
    Immigration; Posted on: 2008-01-22 01:39:19 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Radical groups are thought to be attempting to recruit impressionable young people in Britain

    Al-Qaeda's White Army of Terror

    By Graeme Paton, Education Editor

    Growing numbers of young Muslim women are being "groomed" by extremists, the Government has warned.

    They are becoming targets for radical groups linked to al-Qa'eda that are attempting to recruit impressionable young people in Britain, it is claimed.

    The disclosure is made in new guidance designed to clamp down on extremism on university campuses.

    In a document published today, ministers warn that higher education institutions face a "serious but not widespread" threat from radical groups, insisting there is "no single profile" of potential recruits.

    "They are likely to be generally younger than 30 and male, although the number of women who support and participate in violent extremism is increasing," it was revealed.

    The assessment followed the conviction of Samina Malik, the "lyrical terrorist" who worked at a branch of WH Smith at Heathrow Airport. She wrote poems about martyrdom and the beheading of unbelievers and received a suspended jail term last year.

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