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Islamic booklet aims to help parents recognize risk of radical extremist groups
by Steve Lambert
The RCMP and two Islamic groups are hoping to combat the glossy recruitment videos of extremists such as ISIL with a booklet aimed at youth who are in danger of being radicalized.
The booklet, titled "United Against Terrorism," is meant to combat the idea spread by extremists that being a true Muslim means waging war on western society.
"All these verses that the terrorists twist, of the Qur'an, or misinterpret, we have addressed them and we have brought information to back that up," Shahina Siddiqui, president of the Islamic Social Services Association, said Monday.
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