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Newsline 7 August 2015

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We need a Robert Conquest figure to demolish the pro-Islamist left

We need a Robert Conquest figure to demolish the pro-Islamist left

Opinion | Thu, 06 Aug 2015

The late historian Robert Conquest exposed the true horror of Stalinism; and the 21st century badly needs a similar expose to break the pro-Islamist left away from their cruel sympathy with another totalitarian system, argues Benjamin Jones.

NSS Speaks Out

Our executive director, Keith Porteous Wood, was quoted in the Telegraph on the danger posed to free speech by 'extremism disruption orders'. His comments were also picked up by the Christian Institute, Express, Huffington Post and Breitbart, and he appeared on the JVS Show.

Additionally, the National Secular Society's concerns about the prosecution of preacher James McConnell were noted by the Belfast Telegraph and the Catholic Herald

NSS president Terry Sanderson was quoted by Newsweek, in an article about a study on religion and mental health.

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