Alan Judd wrote a piece in the Telegraph entitled How to spot a terrorist living in your neighbourhood.
He started by noting that Dame Stella Rimington, the former director general of MI5, had previously asked that people keep an eye out for suspicious activity on the part of their neighbours. He then went on to explain what to look out for, adding that there would often be a sudden shift in behaviour. People should specifically look out for:
1. “insistence on religious ritual, especially in a secular context”, giving the example of Muslims asking for a prayer room if one doesn’t exist.
2. “withdrawal from social interaction with women and disapproval of feminine dress.
3. “a sudden obsession with physical fitness, more via Outward Bound activities than team games.”
4. an adoption or sudden abandonment of traditional Arab dress.
5. “perhaps attempted travel to troubled regions or misleading vagueness as to where they’ve been.” The list goes on.
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