A Muslim human rights lawyer has said British followers of Islam can do more to tackle the threat of ISIS and has called for children to pledge allegiance to Britain in schools.

Writing for the Sunday Mirror, Farooq Aftab said young British Muslims, along with other children, should have loyalty "ingrained" during assemblies.

Mr Aftab, who is a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community - a movement which began in the late 1800s - was speaking in the wake of the horrifying attacks in Paris and Mali.

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