UTV: Antrim attacks ‘part of loyalist feud’: The High Court has heard that rival loyalist paramilitaries have carried out beatings and gun attacks on homes as part of an ongoing feud in Northern Ireland. “Prosecutors revealed 26 incidents in the last four months are being linked to a dispute between the Ulster Volunteer Force and Loyalist Volunteer Force.”
Comment: Robert Fox: The Week: Heathrow arrests: are Islamists training in Syria for attacks in UK?: Terror arrests reflect a new mood of apprehension over the fallout from the Arab Spring: “The arrests at Heathrow airport last night of a man and woman off a flight from Egypt has underscored fears that militant Islamists are going to fight in Syria, only to return to put their training there into practice in the UK.”
Waltham Forest Guardian: Police will not apply for EDL march ban: “Last month Waltham Forest Council launched a campaign, supported by the Waltham Forest Guardian, urging the government to ban the second march from going ahead. But in a statement police said they could not back it because the EDL had a legal right to protest and there was no intelligence to suggest a march would cause serious violence or disruption to the community.”
BBC: Sunderland motorist suffered ‘racial abuse’ while an English Defence League (EDL) protest was taking place in St Mark’s Road on Saturday.
Belfast Telegraph: Searching for truth in rubble of McGurk’s.More than four decades later, Ciaran MacAirt is still seeking justice for his grandmother and the 14 other victims of the pub massacre. “The McGurk’s Bar massacre was the greatest loss of civilian life in any murderous atrocity since the Blitz during the Second World War, but the innocent people in the rubble that night became the forgotten victims of a dirty war.”
Research: Institute for Strategic Dialogue: Tackling Extremism: De-radicalisation and disengagement: The paper aims to “provide a background on different approaches to de-radicalisation and disengagement, highlight project case studies, and offer practical lessons learned for policy makers and frontline workers.” The paper includes a profile of a British group called Street (Strategy to Reach, Empower and Educate)