How to stop your child from being radicalised
Saturday 6 January 2018

A new independent service is giving Muslim parents the tools to challenge children when they develop extremist views

Aafreen noticed that one of her teenage sons was becoming aggressive towards her. He told her she was “not a very good Muslim” and that her understanding of Islam was weak. Eventually all communication stopped and her son fled to Syria …

Families of British jihadi fighters: ‘We’re the forgotten victims’
Friday 24 November 2017

Relatives of extremists killed while fighting abroad talk exclusively to Sky News about the trauma, abuse and isolation they face.

The brother of a British jihadi killed while fighting alongside the terror group al Shabab is setting up a support group to help others who have suffered the trauma of having an extremist in the family.