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i don't recall school street in bradford turned into a symbol of britain's blight of radicalization this the home of the dual boot family three sisters and then million children now thought to be with his lameque state in syria releases correspondent mike houghton visited the area robles armed robberies croydon shocked by what happened they can't understand why anyone would want to go to syria least of all and families with young children as young as three and with absolutely no connection with the country up until this point , but rather than ask why security services weren't better able to stop them leaving prime minister david cameron is changing the narrative on tackling extremism he says is in fact these local communities and families that should be doing more the prime minister warning that some muslims quietly condone anti western ideology but there is a danger that demanding more from families and communities they only alienate them further , okay feeling among some that there's a suggestion whenever anything happens , the case of the three bradford sisters striking but certainly not stand alone early this week a seventeen year old from northern england blew himself up in iraq , they join the long list of some seven hundred men and women from the u. k. we've now travel to syria iraq to help millicent groups