Many young people who travel to fight with militants in Syria and Iraq are recruited by extremist leaders taking advantage of their personal crises, a spokesman for an anti-extremist group has said.
Haras Rafiq. of the Quilliam Foundation, said that mosques teaching an extremist jihadi form of theology need to consider what it means to be both British and a Muslim.
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