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Ahmadiyya Muslim group launch campaign to prevent youth radicalization
by Adam Martin-Robbins
Canada's Ahmadiyya Muslim community is launching a large-scale, national campaign aimed at preventing youth radicalization and stamping out the influence of Islamic extremist groups such as ISIS.
The campaign, dubbed Stop the CRISIS, includes events in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Brampton, Mississauga, Calgary, Saskatoon and Vancouver, among other communities.
"Radicalization has become one of the most pressing and volatile issues of the past two years," Lal Khan Malik, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at Canada, told members of the media gathered at the campaign kickoff Wednesday morning at Tahir Hall in Vaughan. "(The attacks) on soldiers in Quebec and on Parliament Hill have brought this important issue to the forefront and made it a national concern for all Canadians."
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