Reyaad Khan and Nasser Muthana, both from Cardiff, and Abdul Rakib Amin, appear in ISIS video
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Radicalisation is 'political and religious failure'

Successive UK governments and imams in Britain are to blame for the radicalisation of Muslims, a former Foreign Office minister has said.

Dr Kim Howells, former MP for Pontypridd, said the failure to deal with radicalised people was often because there was a "narrative" that all Muslims were the victims of a plot.

"I'm afraid the imams, the religious leaders in those communities, have never done enough to counter it, let alone governments," he said.

Caroline Evans reports.

  • 22 Aug 2014
  • From the section Wales