Tunisia Attack: David Cameron Calls on UK Muslims to Act if They Suspect Someone of Being an Extremist

Tunisia Attack: David Cameron Calls on UK Muslims to Act if They Suspect Someone of Being an Extremist

British Home Secretary Theresa May centre right, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve 2nd left, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere 3rd left  joined their Tunisian counterpart  Mohamed Najem Gharsalli centre, on the beach in front of the Imperial Marhaba hotel in the Mediterranean resort of Sousse for a tribute in Sousse, Tunisa, Monday, June 29, 2015. The top security officials of Britain, France, Germany and Belgium are paying homage to the  people killed in the terrorist  attack on Friday. (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)
British Home Secretary Theresa May centre right, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve 2nd left, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere 3rd left joined their Tunisian counterpart Mohamed Najem Gharsalli centre, on the beach in front of the Imperial Marhaba hotel in the Mediterranean resort of Sousse for a tribute in Sousse, Tunisa,  (AP Photo/Abdeljalil Bounhar)

Peter Dominiczak, Gordon Rayner, and Ben Farmer,

 
LONDON (The Telegraph) — British Muslims must report concerns about family members or friends becoming radicalised or they risk allowing a terror attack in Britain as deadly as the one in Tunisia, David Cameron has said.

In a passionate intervention, the Prime Minister said that Muslims in the UK “need to act” if relatives are seeing extremist preachers or visiting radical websites.

He also used a statement in the Commons to warn that the government must “raise our game” and ensure that Muslims “want to integrate” into British society.

The Prime Minister also said that Britain will on Friday observe a national minute’s silence for the victims of the Tunisian beach massacre, David Cameron said yesterday.

A total of 38 people, including up to 30 Britons, died in the attack, which terror group Isil has claimed responsibility for.

 

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