Young Muslims and members of the British armed forces have teamed up in Huddersfield to tackle radicalisation.
The army is teaching workplace skills - to build positive relationships with young Muslim men.
The lessons at Birkby Community Centre which will run for 12 months are also aimed at keeping young Muslims off the streets. They focus on using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) to develop skills for the workplace.
In the first session the youngsters aged 13-19 worked in teams to build a toy buggy car.
Organisers also want to challenge the negative image of soldiers among some minority groups.
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