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Anti-terror strategy to change

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The Home Office's counter-terrorism strategy 'Contest' is to take a tougher stance on non-violent conservative Muslim groups that teach that Islam is incompatible with Western democracy. Correspondent Gordon Corera examines the debate surrounding how to deal with extremism and Home Secretary Jacqui Smith explains how attacks on "shared values" - such as a belief in democracy and human rights - can give rise to violent extremism.

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