This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book discusses how following the introduction of the section 26 of Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 responsibility on staff in specified authorities, including education, it is imperative that spaces are enabled for young Muslims, particularly those who feel excluded from mainstream politics have wide-ranging discussions on religious ideology, identity, and UK foreign policy. It provides an analysis of the data he obtained from the primary research he carried out with staff at UK university law schools where the respondents completed an online open survey questionnaire. The book provides an explanation of the law surrounding the proscription of groups as terrorist organisations. It examines how these groups are organised, communicate, and how adept they are at courting controversy at event they organize to promote their cause.