Should Muslims help stop Islamic extremists?

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Should Muslims help stop Islamic extremists?

Britain's only Muslim cabinet minister Sajid Javid has said it is "lazy" to say the Parisian terrorist attacks had nothing to do with Islam.

Prime Minister David Cameron is reported to agree with him. 

Mr Javid suggested moderate Muslims have a duty to help tackle Islamic extremism. 

He said many Muslims have distanced themselves from the attacks, saying that the Kouachi brothers and Amedy Coulibaly had nothing to do with Islam as their views don't properly represent the religion. However, Mr Javid called this view "lazy". 

Hazik Rahman, from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community,  discusses whether these comments are justified or whether they unfairly group all Muslims together.

He also discusses whether the same comments would be made if the terrorists had been Christian. 

We also hear of the Islamic values of peace that Hazik holds dear, that he encourages everyone to share with each other.

While he thinks that it's wrong to group all elements of Islamic culture together, Hazik says it is important to ensure young Muslims don't get influenced by radical and dangerous influences on the fringes of the religion. 

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