Using football to counter radicalisation
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How football is keeping radicalisation at bay

Football has long been used as a way to stop youngsters getting involved in gangs and drugs, and a team from West London is now using the sport to try and prevent kids becoming radicalised.

Anjana Gadgil went with TUFF FC's players as they travelled to Molenbeek in Brussels, which has been portrayed in the media as "Europe's jihadist capital".

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  • 03 Jun 2016
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