Cameron to warn youth against militant ‘glamor’
His speech could also demand legal immigrants in the United Kingdom to 'respect British values'
British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to announce Sunday a series of measures aimed at stopping British Muslims from being lured by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria group.
Cameron will be delivering a speech that will warn youth against ISIS’s fake “glamour,” the British Daily Mail reported.
He will reportedly tell youth to avoid acting like a “cannon fodder” for the group by joining conflict areas.
Cameron will also ask British Muslim leaders do more to promote British values and curb the number of youth heading to Syria to join ISIS, the newspaper added.
In the speech, Cameron is to announce moves to crack down on Islamic extremism.
The Daily Mail said the measures could include legal orders to close mosques where extremist meetings have been held. Mosque imams or religious pastors might be required to speak in English, the newspaper said.
The speech could also demand legal immigrants in the UK to “respect British values,” and may suggest denying asylum for terror suspects.
The speech is likely to include a list of extremist groups and individuals public bodies to be boycotted.
"Cuts in grants for translation services" and a "new law to prohibit hate preaching in public or online" are also expected.