UK Muslims Want National Dialogue on Radicalism

A high-profile London meeting that brought together senior Muslim community leaders, imams and police representatives has recommended a national dialogue on radicalism in Britain. “We called on both Muslims and non-Muslims from all sections of society to come together and engage in a national dialogue on radicalism,” Dr Daud Abdullah, Deputy Secretary General of the umbrella Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), told IslamOnline.net in a phone interview from London on Sunday, July 8. “We have decided to work together and intensify our efforts,” to tackle radicalism and extremism in Britain, he added.