What's behind religious radicalism?

After religiously motivated attacks across Paris, questions are being asked about what went wrong.

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    As France comes to terms with last week's religiously motivated attacks across Paris, questions are being asked about what went wrong.

    Prime Minister Manuel Valls says France is now at war, among other things, with what he calls radical Islam. And the French interior minister says Paris will increase security co-operation with other countries to fight what he calls terrorism.

    But is that the answer? And who is fuelling religious radicalisation in France and elsewhere in Europe?

    Presenter 

    Hazem Sika

    Guests

    Alain Gresh - Journalist for Le Monde Diplomatique and Specialist on the Middle East.

    Khaled Diab - Journalist, Writer and Blogger.

    Renaud Girard - Chief Foreign Correspondent for Le Figaro.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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