ISIS won't affect King's College Islamic Society

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ISIS won't affect King's College Islamic Society
23rd September 2014

In recent years there has been claims that vulnerable teenagers have been targeted by extremist groups, whilst at University. The current situation in Iraq and Syria with Islamic State militants has again heightened awareness that British citizens are leaving the UK to fight abroad.  

Professor Stephen Caddick of Univiversty College London says they back freedom of speech.

 

Below the Not The One Show panel discuss all the above.

 

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