Capital Speaks To Young Muslims In Yorkshire About Extremism

30 June 2014, 06:00

Capital's set up a debate between young Muslims in West Yorkshire to talk about the recent video from ISIS showing British Muslims fighting in Iraq and Syria.

Capital wanted to find out why they think young Muslims are being radicalised and how the Muslim community feel about seeing the video.

Capital went to talk to people at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association in Huddersfield.

Kamal Aftab is the Regional youth leader there.

On Friday young Muslims used prayers to stand up against extremism and condemn what ISIS are doing.

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