Radical Islam is getting small in Muslim societies and it’s getting bigger in Western societies

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Radical Islam is getting small in Muslim societies and it’s getting bigger in Western societies

Human Rights Campaigner Yasmine Mohammed talks about the impact of radical Islam on The Discussion

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