Muslim mothers learn how to tackle radicalisation
The only Muslim survivor of the 7/7 bombings has set up a charity to help Muslims mothers worried about their sons being radicalised.
Sajda Mughal, 31, set up the JAN Trust to provide mothers with the computer skills necessary to check what their children are viewing online.
Reporter Stephen Chittenden visited the centre near Alexandra Palace for BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast, to hear from mothers on the programme.
The women said their teenage sons often shared their anger and views with them, which Ms Mughal claimed was proof they were "best placed to nurture their kids away from radicalisation."
04 Apr 2014