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MORONIC: OXFORD COLLEGE WARDEN SAYS PRO-JIHADI GROUP SHOULD BE ALLOWED VENT THEIR VIEWS…….

Moronic, at a time of war, the enemy shouldn’t be freely allowed to propagandize the public, they should be pursued on the battlefield, and at home, placed with the confines of a prison wall.

Ken Macdonald, warden of Wadham College, Oxford, said a platform should be given to the organisation, which recently called British executioner Jihadi John a ‘beautiful young man’.

His sentiments echo those of Oxford vice chancellor Louise Richardson, who questioned whether extremist speakers should always be banned on campuses.

He also warned that anti-extremism law risks having a ‘chilling effect’ on academic debate at universities and a ‘deadening impact’ on research.

No moron, only extremists promoting an ideology we are at war with. The only chilling effect in this discussion is your idiocy upon the intellect of your supposed establishment for higher learning. No doubt his views would have been immediately smacked down, and calls for his removal heard, if he uttered them during WWII.

Let ‘jihadi group’ speak at Oxford, says former director of public prosecutions as long as students are given a ‘counter-argument’

Ken Macdonald, warden of Wadham College, Oxford, warned that anti-extremism law risks having a ‘chilling effect’ on academic debate at universities and a ‘deadening impact’ on research

Ken Macdonald, warden of Wadham College, Oxford, warned that anti-extremism law risks having a ‘chilling effect’ on academic debate at universities and a ‘deadening impact’ on research

  • Ken Macdonald said a platform should be given to the CAGE organisation
  • Warden of Wadham College, Oxford, claimed open discussion was needed
  • Said anti-extremism law risks having a ‘chilling effect’ on academic debate
  • CAGE recently called Brit executioner Jihadi John a ‘beautiful young man’

CAGE representatives should be allowed to speak at Oxford providing students are exposed to a ‘counter argument’, according to a former director of public prosecutions.

Ken Macdonald, warden of Wadham College, Oxford, said a platform should be given to the organisation, which recently called British executioner Jihadi John a ‘beautiful young man’.

His sentiments echo those of Oxford vice chancellor Louise Richardson, who questioned whether extremist speakers should always be banned on campuses.

He also warned that anti-extremism law risks having a ‘chilling effect’ on academic debate at universities and a ‘deadening impact’ on research.

He added that while he agreed it is fair to ask universities to stop terrorists, the move could mean lecturers having to shut down discussion.

Lord Macdonald – a barrister, whose role as director of public prosecutions between 2003 and 2008 made him one of the most senior legal figures in England and Wales – spoke amid growing dissent from academics over the Prevent programme.

Many have vowed to boycott it as they view it as a repression of freedom of speech and feel they are being asked to spy on students.

He said: ‘The Prevent duty goes far beyond [existing] constraints. It requires a university to do much more than to report a terrorist in the nest if we can possibly find one.

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