David Cameron’s Speech on Radicalization, Islamic Extremism, and the Failure of State Multiculturalism begins with some remarks on terrorism and terrorist attacks. Cameron points out that terrorism should not be connected only to a particular ethnic and religious group. He draws attention to the fact that Europe faces terrorism from within, from people with a distorted interpretation of Islam. 

Cameron then makes a clear difference between Islam and Islamic extremism, condemning the latter. He remarks that people on the hard right and the soft left tend to confuse the two terms. While the right tends to condemn Islam altogether and fuel Islamophobia, the left tends to draw attention to issues such as foreign policy or poverty, ignoring that ...

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