The inability to rebut Zakir Naik's arguments is a problem of those who are against him.
Thanks to decades of sustained Wahhabi indoctrination and infiltration, Malaysia is no longer the moderate country it once was although we continue to pretend it is.
Sri Lankan terrorist Mohamed Hashim Mohamed Zahran had been radicalised from a very young age.
The State Security Service says Belgium faces a 'considerable problem' of extremism in jails and that convicted terrorists continue to reoffend.
There needs to be a holistic approach to security threats where government, businesses, civil society, police and military work together to develop comprehensive policies.
Tenaganita director Glorene Das says the government will be equally responsible for the outcome if the Rohingya community is not recognised in the country.
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu warns that the Rohingyas may accept whatever extremist views if they feel that is their only way to achieve victory and return to their homeland.
Edi Rama claimed that rejection of Albania's bid for EU membership would lead to increased Islamic radicalisation in his country.
Umar Ahmed Haque will serve a minimum of 25 years in jail after being found guilty at London's Old Bailey of trying to radicalise scores of children to commit a mass attack on businesses and communities in London.
Raban Alou admitted obtaining and giving a handgun to 15-year-old at a Sydney mosque in 2015.
The threat of radicalisation in jail among inmates and wardens is a growing phenomenon, and Malaysia has not been spared.
India's National Investigation Agency has sent evidence on the controversial preacher's alleged terror activities to its home ministry and is awaiting prosecution sanction before taking action.
IGP Fuzi Harun says the recruitment among prisoners has been going on for some time.
Minister laments worrying trend of exclusivist religious views, adding that Singapore disallowed two foreign Christian preachers from entering the island state for denigrating other religions.