How are young Muslims becoming radicalised?

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How are young Muslims becoming radicalised?
14th October 2014

Samya Dirie, from Stockwell, is believed to have travelled to Turkey on an indirect flight after going missing last month. The 17-year-old is now believed to be in Syria.

Male youth members of the Ahmadiyya community in London have voiced their concerns about how to engage with young Muslims and stop radicalisation.

Headline London is joined by is Farooq Aftab, Spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Surfaraz Mustafa a youth member of Ahmadiyya Young Men's Group and Yara Shaikh, a journalist and student.

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