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Warsi criticises Cameron's choice of target for tackling radicalisation
The former cabinet minister Lady Warsi has taken issue with David Cameron's decision to focus on people in British Muslim communities who may condone Islamist extremism while brushing over other factors in radicalisation.
The Conservative peer, who has criticised the government for failing to adequately engage with Muslim communities, made the remarks on Twitter as the prime minister delivered a speech on the subject in Slovakia.
"Agree w/ @David_Cameron analysis of ISIS extremist ideology, the threat it poses & the role the British Muslim Communities have to play (but) fail to understand decision 2 major on the "one" reason of "some" in the community who "may" condone yet brush over "other" reasons," she wrote.
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