Islamic Cleric Launches Anti-ISIS Curriculum in Scholarly Bid to Fight Extremism

A well-known Islamic scholar has launched an anti-Islamic State curriculum in London in what he says is a scholarly bid to fight extremism.
The cleric, Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri, who in 2010 announced a "Fatwa on Terrorism," said on Tuesday that he plans to use his educational program in mosques and schools across the U.K. to prevent young people from fleeing to Syria to join ISIS, Reuters reported.