Margaret Gilmore

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Kabul bomb: 'Isis aim for global publicity to recruit more members', says RUSI

Kabul bomb: 'Isis wants to be the go-to organisation for sadism'

Kabul bomb: 'Isis wants to be the go-to organisation for sadism'

Margaret Gilmore, of the RUSI thinktank, tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Isis want to be the go to organisation for extremism

Monday, September 12, 2016

Monday, September 12, 2016

David Miliband warns Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

David Miliband says Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

David Miliband warns Syrian president Bashar Assad is key to ceasefire plans

The former Foreign Secretary has expressed cautious optimism about the ceasefire

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Anjem Choudary was helped inspire terror and support ISIS by rise of the Internet, says journalist Margaret Gilmore

Anjem Choudary's terror network will be cut off in prison, says journalist Margaret Gilmore

Choudary's terror network will be cut off in jail, says journalist

Margaret Gilmore said the internet was a crucial factor in Choudhry's ability to spread terror

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Security expert Margaret Gilmore has explained why coalition forces have an enormous battle on their hands in their attempts to retake the ISIS-held city of Fallujah.

'It'll be a long and bloody battle' - Security expert highlights how difficult it will be to re-take the ISIS stronghold of Fallujah

'It'll be a long and bloody battle' - the challenge to re-take Fallujah

The Royal United Services Institute's Margaret Gilmore says the terrorist group will fight hard to maintain control of symbolic city

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

'You're more likely to be killed by a mosquito than a terrorist!' insists security expert

'You're more likely to be killed by a mosquito than a terrorist!' insists security expert

'You're more likely to be killed by a mosquito than a terrorist!'

Security expert Margaret Gilmore claims threats must be taken seriously, but not exaggerated