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Do British Muslims help the police enough?

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Ever since young British Muslims launched suicide bomb attacks in London five years ago, politicians, religious leaders and the security agencies have had to find new ways to tackle radicalisation amongst British Muslims.

Stephen Sackur talks to Mohamed Ali Harrath the Chief Executive of the Islam Channel.

His TV station has an audience of two million British Muslims; is he building bridges or entrenching dangerous division?

You can watch the full interview on Thursday 25th March 2010 on BBC World News at 04:30, 09:30, 15:30, 21:30 GMT.

And on the BBC News Channel at 23.30 on Thursday 25th March and 04:30 Friday 26th March.

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