Woolwich attack: Muslim groups 'not tackling' radicalisation
22 May 2013 Last updated at 23:32 BST
Muslim organisations have failed to teach young people that there is a democratic route to express discontent, according to the Muslim Public Affairs Committee.
Asghar Bukhari said that while organisations are "rightly" condemning the suspected terror attack in Woolwich, they have "washed their hands" of the youth.
But he also blamed the government for failing to admit that there is a link between foreign policy and radicalisation.