David Cameron urged Britain's Christian leaders to reach out to Muslim communities and offer support in fighting extremism, warning that attacks like those in Brussels could come anywhere.
Speaking Wednesday at an Easter reception for Christians in his 10 Downing Street office in London, the prime minister referred to the attacks and the "dark and difficult world we're currently living in." He said he wanted to "fortify" people to defeat extremism.
"This is the great fight that we have to join," Cameron said. "Our brothers and sisters who are Muslims, they want our assistance. We should be reaching out and wanting to help them battle against extremism. We have to build stronger and more resilient communities. We have to make sure that people who are drifting into an extremist mindset are yanked back."