Human rights campaigner and one of Woman’s Hour Top Ten Influencers of 2015, Sara Khan has spent two decades fighting for tolerance and equal rights within Muslim communities.
In The Battle for British Islam, she writes of the young men and women who have been radicalised and talks about how the cycle of extremism can be broken without further alienating UK Muslims.
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