The anti-extremist think tank Quilliam has issued an emergency appeal for donations following the slashing of its Home Office grant.
The organisation was founded in 2008 by two former members of the radical Islamist group Hizb-ut-Tahrir, Maajid Nawaz and Ed Husain. It has forged a reputation as a high-profile counter-balance to established organisations such as the Muslim Council of Britain. Quilliam's original funding from the Middle East was withdrawn after the leadership criticised fatwas backing suicide bombings in Israel.
In an appeal issued to supporters on Monday it announced that its £387,000 annual grant had been "reduced