British-born former Islamic extremist, 29, reports his parents to the police for ‘radicalising him as a child’
A former Islamic extremist has lodged a complaint with police, accusing his parents of radicalising him as a child.
The 29-year-old’s case could lead to the first prosecution of its kind in the UK, but experts fear that current legislation may not allow charges to be brought.
The man, who is British-born of Pakistani origin, alleges his parents began radicalising him from the age of five after falling under the influence of a fundamentalist branch of Islam known as Salafism.
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