No to IS-LAM?
The UK's Home Secretary Theresa May recently announced sweeping anti-terrorism laws in an attempt to prevent its citizens from joining the fighting in Syria and Iraq and returning radicalised. But to what extent have the foreign polices of the UK and other western nations contributed to the radicalisation of thousands of Muslim youths? And what hope is there for jihadists returning to the UK, having abandoned extremist groups and their ideologies? Oksana is joined by Hanif Qadir, former Taliban fighter and the founder of the Active Change Foundation, to consider these issues.