This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book opines that the interpretation the term being radical has moved from being understood as being progressive in bringing about change for good, becoming a pejorative term, with negative connotations. It says that by focusing solely on violent Islamist ideology, it singled out Muslim communities being vulnerable to radicalisation, making them susceptible to isolation and marginalisation. The book discusses how by initially focusing on violent Islamist ideology it resulted in a narrow focus that he states not only alienated Muslim communities but resulted in a number of Muslims joining Islamist terrorist groups. It concludes that in ensuring the internet is as safe as possible, it is the responsibility of all of us to help in closing down safe spaces used by criminals and terrorists by supporting the state, while trusting the UK institutions and accountable governance.