Has state multiculturalism failed?
The UK prime minister has criticised "state multiculturalism" in his first speech on radicalisation and the causes of terrorism since being elected. Does the UK need a stronger national identity?
In a speech to a security conference in Germany, David Cameron argued that governments need to tackle the lack of identity in society, in order to tackle terrorism.
He also signalled a tougher stance on groups promoting Islamist extremism.
But the Muslim Council of Britain said its community was being seen as part of the problem rather than the solution.
Can a stronger national identity tackle terrorism? What can governments do to tackle extremism? Do you agree with the Muslim Council of Britain's point of view? In your country, what does multiculturalism mean to you?
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