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Britain / Terrorism / Young Muslims / "The Enemy Within" #850017

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 19, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The terrorist attack on the London transit system in 2005 recalled.

(London: Christiane Amanpour) Britain's battle against terror featured; scenes shown from a London neighborhood, a Muslim religious radical spouting off, a mosque leader talking with the young men & of a pool tournament between police officers & young Muslims; statistics from "The Times"/ITV poll on Muslim views of terrorism activities cited; details given about what young Muslims are thinking & the need for mosque elders to communicate with the younger generation. [Youth worker Hanif QADIR†- says some Muslims believe blowing up people in America or London is cool; states foreign policy has a lot to do with it; says the minority radicals are seen as heroes by the younger guys; states the mosque elders have to communicate with the younger generation; notes the youth are into crime & want a cause.] [British home secretary John REID - says children are being brainwashed.] [Two young MUSLIMS - says the youth have been called the "enemy within."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) "The War Within" on CNN this weekend noted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Amanpour, Christiane
Duration:
00:07:10

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