Broadcast on SBS One, March 14, 21, 28, 2010.
Producers and directors, Fatima Salaria, Leo Telling, John Thyne; executive producer, Sam Bagnall; series producer, Leo Telling.
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In episode two, the journalist investigates how young Muslims radicalised over the internet formed themselves into a terror network that spread across three continents. Aided and abetted by two young fanatics in Britain, these cells plotted major attacks in Europe and America - culminating in a plan to explode three enormous truck bombs which, it was claimed, would dwarf the London bombings of 7/7.
In episode one, Peter Taylor hears from those convicted under Britain’s newest anti-terror laws and investigates how some of the most notorious terrorists came to be radicalised.
This three-part series examines the new threat posed by young Muslims who have embraced militant Islam. Across the western world it is no longer the threat from al-Qaeda that governments are most concerned about. Instead, it's home-grown terror plots hatched by their own citizens. Following the attempt to bomb an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day, this series presented by award-winning reporter Peter Taylor looks at the angry young men of Generation Jihad who have turned their backs on the country where they were born"--SBS website.
In the third episode, Taylor looks at why the British government is now investing big money in trying to combat the appeal of radical Islam and whether this strategy will work.