Unemployment and Racism Could Fuel Extremism among the Young Somali Muslim Population in Cardiff


Nasser Muthana top right and his brother Aseel Muthana bottom right left Cardiff joined Islamic State militants in Syria along with Reyaad Khan left

Somalilandsun -Deprived young Muslims in Wales are at risk of radicalisation if more isn’t done to tackle racism, unemployment and religious ignorance, senior members of the Somali Muslim community warn have warned.

Read what A senior Cardiff imam, a councilor, a taxi driver, a community leader and an accountant said of their fears racism, unemployment, and poverty left young Muslims feeling alienated.



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