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A growing number of young Muslim women are being radicalised by extremists while studying at UK universities, according to a Muslim women's group.

As one Islamic student group denies it is a problem, BBC News examines how widespread on-campus radicalisation is and why young women in particular are targets.

"I didn't have a plan and I didn't know how I was going to do it. But I had so much anger inside me. I wanted to be heard.

"I thought I could do that through violence, by becoming the country's first female suicide bomber."


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