Crest Advisory have come under widespread criticism from academics and activists alike after it published a “ludicrous” report just a few days before a UN expert stated that the toxic Prevent strategy violates human rights.

Earlier this week, a so-called ‘criminal justice’ think tank, Crest Advisory, came under widespread criticism from academics and activists alike after it published a report on what British Muslims supposedly think about policing, extremism, and the Prevent programme. [1]

The report argued that the toxic ‘anti-extremism’ strategy Prevent may not be apparently as controversial among British Muslims as previously thought.

The think tank claimed to carry out a survey, the results of which demonstrate that the ‘narrative’ that the scheme is a ‘toxic brand’ is supposedly ‘fundamentally flawed’.

Source: Prevent: Think tank under fire for publishing “ludicrous” and “deceptive” report about Muslim opinions – Islam21c