About Muslim First, British Second
As ministers prepare to announce a new counter terrorism strategy, Panorama asks should we isolate or talk to the radicals - and examines suspicions that government funded community projects are being covertly used to gather intelligence.Read more about Muslim First, British Second
UK to shift anti-terror strategy
Muslim leaders who undermine British values will be isolated, in a change to UK anti-terrorism policy, BBC Panorama learns.Read about the policy change
Usman Nawaz is a 19-year-old moderate Muslim and member of the Youth Parliament for Rochdale. As one of 23 advisers on the government's Young Muslim Advisory Group he is an active voice in the Muslim community. He spoke to Panorama's Richard Watson about what he thinks should be done to tackle extremism in Britain.
Sir Norman Bettison, chief constable of West Yorkshire, denies accusations that the government's anti-terrorism Prevent Strategy is being used as a cover to infiltrate Muslim groups in the UK.
Muslim community under scrutiny?
Panorama's Richard Watson speaks to a man in Leeds who voices his concern that the Muslim community in the UK is under unfair scrutinyWatch the video
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