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Muslim Youth: More needs to be done to tackle extremism

The 10th anniversary of the 7/7 bombings is certainly a time to reflect. The horrendous actions of a few, who hijacked the name of Islam and wrongly thought would become martyrs, have in fact left a legacy of disgrace and hatred.

Scots Muslims warn airstrikes on Syria will cause backlash

YOUNG Muslim leaders have warned against the UK carrying out airstrikes in Syria saying the move would fail to curb the rise of the terror group Daesh.

Senior members of the community said the intervention would inevitably lead to a “backlash” against the west and stoke up further support for the extremist organisation among Muslim youths both in Britain and in the Middle East.

Pakistani cleric launches anti-ISIS curriculum in Britain

REUTERS | London - 23rd June: Reporting by Michael Holden; Editing by Dominic Evans - original article link

A prominent Pakistani Islamic cleric launched a "counter-terrorism" curriculum in London on Tuesday, to rebut the message of militant groups such as Islamic State (ISIS) and stop young people becoming radicalised and heading to Syria.

Cleric launches 'counter-terrorism' curriculum

BBC - 23rd June: Caroline Wyatt, Religious affairs correspondent - original article link

A Pakistani Islamic cleric has launched a "counter-terrorism" curriculum to combat the message of Islamist extremist groups such as Islamic State (IS), in an effort to help stop young people becoming radicalised.

Iain Dale interview with renowned Islamic scholar Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on countering terrorism

LBC Radio's Iain Dale interviews renowned Islamic scholar Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on countering terrorism