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Cardiff mosque: We were not involved in radicalisation

Leaders of a Cardiff mosque, attended by three young men who are now fighting in Syria, say they had nothing to do with their radicalisation.

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Social media used as a 'radicalisation vehicle'

Young Muslims are being radicalised by what extremists are able to upload onto social media, and they are becoming more sophisticated at evading authorities, an terrorism expert told Good Morning Britain.

Youtube, Facebook and Twitter are vital tools that are used as a "radicalisation vehicle" to prey on young people and persuade them to fight with extremist groups like ISIS, Hara Rafiq from the Quilliam Foundation said.

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