The terrorist attacks in Paris this week left France and much of the free world desperately looking for answers in order to prevent future tragedies.
What can we learn from these attacks that might help us in the future? What are the hallmarks of this breed of radicalisation and how should they be addressed? What do these attacks suggest about freedom of speech and how religious communities might respond to radicalisation?
Mal Fletcher discusses these in this interview with BBC Manchester's Mike Shaft.
Click here for Mal's other BBC interview on this subject.
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Mal might be interested by this interview with MTV's Mark Crispin Miller about media & marketing. Thanks for your ministry Paul Hockley, Norway
Re the Bridgend suicides: This is a horrible tragedy for this town. The promise and excitement these young people have missed of college, getting married, children, having a career, being a grandparent, traveling the world... Where is the parental involvement in all this? SuzieQ, United States
Mal, did you start out as a journalist? You are one of the most naturally gifted writers whose works I have had the pleasure of reading. I just love your succinct way of delivering words that paint a captivating picture. Jim, Australia