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Jihad: A British Story explores the roots of Islamic radicalisation in the UK. Spending two years with some of the leading figures in the British jihad movement from previous generations, filmmaker Deeyah Khan secured emotional and raw testimony from former extremists, learning first hand what it can be like to be drawn into radicalisation. In the film, she meets one of the founding fathers of the British jihad movement who went abroad to fight and who preached extremism to thousands of young Muslims across the UK and the West.
The screening was followed by a discussion and an audience Q+A involving Deeyah and some of those featured in Jihad, chaired by lawyer and cabinet minister Sayeeda Warsi. The evening was concluded with a poem by Munir Zamir who also featured in the film; his poem, 'Unravelling Europe', was written to help launch our Unravelling Europe series.
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