Videos

Videos and interviews with thought leaders and influential people.

Calls to violence by Daesh must be resisted this Ramadan – Shaykh Abu Muntasir

JIMAS UK
Reject the evil of Daesh during Ramadan. Obeying Allah means rejecting violence. Ramadan is about the internal jihad - not the sin of murder. What Daesh calls for in Ramadan is a grave sin. Violence has nothing to do with Ramadan

Brothers’ Thoughts on Joining ISIS

What sort of man are you? Listen to fellow brothers talk about the reality of leaving life in Britain for life in the so called Caliphate. They ask if the actions of ISIS can ever really represent you, or Islam.

This video was produced by Inspire, a non-governmental advocacy organisation (NGO) working to counter extremism and gender inequality. They empower women to support human rights and to challenge extremism and gender discrimination.

Sisters’ Thoughts on Joining ISIS

Have you or any of your friends thought about joining ISIS? Here, fellow sisters discuss the effects of leaving for the so-called caliphate - how the trauma will upset your family and what the realities of life on the ground are like.

This video was produced by Inspire, a non-governmental advocacy organisation (NGO) working to counter extremism and gender inequality. They empower women to support human rights and to challenge extremism and gender discrimination.

A Community Response to Extremism

This film focuses on members of Bristol’s local Muslim communities and their response to extremism. The film gives the communities a chance to discuss their faith and comment on the recruiting narrative used by ISIS and Al Qaida.

It explores the true nature of the Islamic faith and what it means to those who want to safeguard it from extremists.

Produced by Avon and Somerset Constabulary. If you would like a copy of the film then please send a request to acommunityresponsefilm@avonandsomerset.police.uk. Facilitators notes and lessons plans are also available.

NOT MY Islam : Clearing Out Common Misconceptions

Excerpt from a documentary directed and produced by Persephone Rizvi which tackles some of the common western misconceptions associated with Islam such as: terrorism, murder, violence, suppression of women, overpowering by men, inequality across genders and oppression by dress code.

Where does Racism come from?

Second clip from the launch of the educational guide 'Where Does Racism Come From?' by David Dalgleish. This clip includes Dave Allport, Director of the Rewind Anti-Racism Project.

Diary of a Badman

Muslim Comedian Humza Arshad has been working with police to challenge and highlight the dangers of radicalisation among 11 – 18 years olds in schools. His series ‘Diary of a Badman’ takes a more ‘light hearted’ approach to many issues of lifestyle and faith for young Muslims, and has received tens of millions of hits.