Her comments appeared alongside a somewhat incongruous picture of Vogue in a bikini and an snap of her reality TV star boyfriend Spencer Matthews.
Readers were outraged with one advising her to read a history book, with one describing her as 'ineffably crude, stupid and pointless'.
The ex-wife of Brian Mc Fadden said she agreed with Muslim former police chief Tarique Ghaffur who recently told The Mail On Sunday that special centres should be set up to detain as many as 3,000 extremists.
She admitted that the policy had not worked with the internment of IRA suspects, but said that Islamic terrorists 'can't be negotiated with'.
Trainee accountant George Owen, 21, was acquitted last week after been accused of rape and going through 19 months of hell.
He is the latest among an ever-swelling number of young men – students, usually – whose drunken fumbles have seen them charged with the vilest of crimes.
Another approach was suggested by a Muslim former police chief Tarique Ghaffur, who said thousands of radical extremists must be locked up in new internment camps to protect Britain.
'I live in London and quite frankly, I no longer feel safe in the UK.
I'm not sure why this is only being put in place now because we have all been under threat for some time and although it's a positive step, it shouldn't have taken the lives of 22 people to make this happen.
Powers to ban British jihadis from returning to the UK have been used for the first time and I fully agree with that."Anyone who leaves Britain and Ireland to fight alongside ISIS can stay out.
This is something that should be decided by the people, but I certainly agree with it.
The only way to stop these senseless attacks is to put any potential threats away."I know it didn't work with the internment of IRA members in NOrthern Ireland when 2,000 alleged paramilitaries were held without trial in makeshift camps.