Terror investigations cited as ‘inconvenience’

The aftermath of the suicide bomb attack in Manchester, England, May 22, 2017.

The aftermath of the suicide bomb attack in Manchester, England, May 22, 2017.

A government-sanctioned, independent review of British counter-terrorism is recommending that authorities be careful not to “inconvenience” or “traumatize” the Muslim communities in which terrorism suspects live.

The report by Britain’s independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, Max Hill, concluded “police should consider and reflect upon the community impact of a large-scale investigation” because “many blameless residents will have been inconvenienced if not traumatized.

That’s outrageous, contended Gatestone Institute senior fellow Judith Bergman in a column.

“If you do not even dare to link terrorism to its source, then surely neither

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