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Cardiff community leaders: 'Not enough is being done' to stop the radicalisation of young Muslims

Not enough is being done to stop the radicalisation of Muslims in Wales - the stark warning from one community leader in Cardiff.

It comes after two men from the city were filmed in an Islamic extremist video.

Tom Sheldrick reports.

Nasser Muthana and his friend Reyaad Khan appeared in an unverified recruitment video for militant group Isis.

Nasser's brother Aseel also left Cardiff months ago.

All three attended the Al-Manar community centre and mosque in the Cathays area of Cardiff.

The Al-Manar Centre in Cathays, Cardiff

One video appears to show radical Saudi cleric, Mohammed al-Arifi, who's now banned from Britain - preaching at the Al-Manar Centre in 2012

Another mosque - in Butetown - refused to let him speak.

This video appears to show radical Saudi cleric Mohammed al-Arifi preaching at Al-Manar in 2012

Leaders at the Al-Manar centre did not respond today, leaving more questions tonight over how and why these young Cardiff men were inspired to become Jihadis - and whether enough is being done to stop more youngsters becoming radicalised.

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