At least 700 British people are thought to have travelled to the Middle East to join jihadist organisations, and the influence of extremism in the UK has become a growing concern.
A new curriculum is being launched to help tackle the radicalisation of young Muslims.
Pakistani politician and Islamic scholar Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri hopes the ‘Islamic Curriculum on Peace & Counter Terrorism’ will dissuade young British people from joining terror organisations such as Isis, and has claimed his work is a ‘Jihad against Isis’.
He now hopes the government will implement a mandatory ‘anti-radicalisation’ sector to the national curriculum.
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