|Inayat Bunglawala, right, of the Muslim Council and Dean Godson of Policy Exchange|
Has Islam in the United Kingdom been hijacked? That is the claim of a just-released investigative report maintaining 'hate literature' can be found in one-quarter of Britain's mosques.
According to Policy Exchange, a centre-right thinktank, literature that expresses hatred of "women, gays, Jews, Christians and moderate Muslims" is being distributed to London mosques by "agencies linked to the Saudi government". Timed to coincide with the state visit of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, the report has made headlines across the country.
On Wednesday, Dean Godson of Policy Exchange and Inayat Bunglawala of the Muslim Council of Britain join Riz Khan to discuss the report's claims.
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