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Islamists deride Danish anti-radicalisation plan
The Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir has rejected Denmark's new anti-radicalisation strategy, arguing it is not Muslims who need help, but young Danes who need rescuing from a "sad Western culture" and its "capitalist existential void".
The Copenhagen municipality last week announced that it was working on a four-year integration plan, supported by a committee of external experts under Swedish terror expert Magnus Rantorp.
But Hizb ut-Tahrir on Sunday roundly rejected proposals to collaborate with moderate Muslims to prevent members of the Islamic community being pulled into violent terrorist movements.
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