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LONDON – Undercover agents of the United Kingdom’s MI5 Security Service have discovered that Islamic extremists have created a “Taliban-type culture” in Britain’s universities that is dedicated to installing Islamic law and intimidating faculty, staff and students, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
This week a top-secret report detailing the attempt to radicalize the campuses has been sent to vice-chancellors across the nation by Jonathan Evans, the head of the security service.
The document contains a stark warning from the MI5 chief that in the past year there has “been sewn on campuses in England and Wales the seeds of Shariah law which has intimidated students and staff.”
The warning comes at a time when the government has made cuts in overall defense costs.
While the cuts apply to the armed services, they will inevitably have a spin-off effect on recruiting for both MI5 and MI6.
However, because of the threat posed by cyberwar – now rated by the government as equal to a full-blown terror attack on Britain’s streets – the agency responsible for combating the cyberthreat, GCHQ, has been excluded from any financial cuts.
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