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COUNCIL OF

THE EUROPEAN UNION



GENERAL SECRETARIAT

Directorate-General F

Press and Audiovisual


RUE DE LA LOI, 175

B – 1048 BRUSSELS

Tel: (32 2) 281 57 13

Fax: (32 2) 281 88 20

E-mail: isabelle.brusselmans@consilium.europa.eu




SHOT LIST


FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM
Preventing Radicalisation
Ref: CUE08051, 25 November 2008



Background:
On Thursday 27 November 2008 the EU Interior Ministers will begin their work by considering further action to combat terrorism, on the basis of work already carried out in this area by the European Coordinator Mr de Kerchove.
Description:
This B-roll footage illustrates various elements of activities relating to the prevention of radicalisation and interviews with several people involved in related activities. The sequence is structured along the following

chapters: Gilles de Kerchove, Europol, prisons, education, counter narrative.


Experiences in various EU Member States. Interviews with experts, government officials, sequence on prisons in France and UK education project run by British Muslim Council.
Format: video stock shots

Duration: 08'41"

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00:00:10

Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counter-terrorism coordinator
DE KERCHOVE introduction shots, in an interview at the EU Council

building in Brussels




00:00:35

DE KERCHOVE on the fight against radicalisation :
"Il y a une grande sensibilité dans l'UE, dans la manière dont nous nous

occupons de cette question. La première tient aux caractère proprement

sensible du sujet. Personne ne souhaite, et nous sommes très attentifs à

cela, qu'il n'y ait aucun amalgame de quelque nature que ce soit entre le

terrorisme, la radicalisation et la religion islamique.
ENGLISH: there is great sensitivity in the EU in the ways of dealing with the problem (of radicalisation). Firstly, it is a very sensitive subject. Nobody wishes, and we are paying a lot of attention to this, to make a link between terrorism, radicalisation and the islamic religion.
La deuxième raison c'est que la plus part de compétences qui il faut

développer pour prévenir la radicalisation reste de la compétence des états

membres.
ENGLISH The second reason is that most of the competences to develop action to prevent radicalisation is in the hands of the Member States.
Et le troisième aspect, c'est que plusieurs de ces politiques ont leurs

mérites en tant que tel. Vous ne faites pas du dialogue interculturel

simplement parce que vous voulez prévenir la radicalisation et j'espère

que vous ne faites pas du tout dans cette optique là - vous le faites parce

que ce la vous enrichit."
ENGLISH: The third aspect, is that these policies (against radicalisation) have their own merits. You don't do intercultural dialogue simply to prevent radicalisation, I hope you really don't do it only because of this, you do it because it brings you a lot.


00:01:25

DE KERCHOVE, EU anti-terrorism coordinator, visiting Atocha station in

Madrid



00:01:41

DE KERCHOVE visits the monument at Atocha, in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Spain.


00:02:22

Hans-Peter RATZEL, Director of Europol, introduction shot (EUROPOL HQ, The Hague)


00:02:38

RATZEL:
"What we have learned is that there is much more to be done than only by

the police so a lot of other institutions and also the society have to

contribute to counteract against terrorism and we should not forget if we look

at terrorism we have four steps to do: to prevent, to protect, to pursue and to

respond. That gives you a clear indication that there is much more required

than just the police officers."


03:02:00

Europol headquarters in The Hague, exterior and CU of flag




00:03:09

"Check-the-web" training session at Europol, various shots of police

officers being trained in tracking down internet sites encouraging radicalisation or terrorist acts.




00:03:38

Exterior of Home Office, London


00:03:49

Jonathan ALLEN, head of the Research, Information and Communications

Unit at the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism.


"What we need to do is to get our most vulnerable individuals, communities

on the same side as us in this struggle and empower them to take action.

What Al Qaeda are trying to do, what the terrorists are trying to do is to

fracture and draw a wedge, and they want to make things more extreme. They

want our muslim communities to feel severed, cut off from the rest of

society, The more they do that, the more people they will recruit. The way

to defeat them is to bring it insight and to make these communities much more

part of our overall society."


00:04:21

Rik Coolsaet, Director of Security & Global Governance Program at Egmont Royal

Institute for International Relations, Belgium


"Leading to violence and leading to terrorism is not in the essence of

islam, is not in the essence of whatever religion what you might imagine,

you have to target individuals and you should never target whole communities

because that is the biggest service you can do to the Jihadis and the

extremists themselves."


00:05:00

Exterior of Forest prison, Brussels


00:05:02

Interior of Forest prison, various shots with keys, doors, movement


00:05:26

Exterior of Administration Penitentiare, Paris


00:05:37

Introduction shot of Martin PARKOUDA, director of security at the

French prison authority - Administration Penitentiaire française




00:05:42

PARKOUDA:
"Il y a des gens, dans certaines religions, qui soit peuvent induire des

détenus en erreur en leur inculquant un islam radical, et deuxièmement

forcer la personne à faire ce qu'elle n'aimerait pas faire sous le prétexte de la

religion musulmane. Ce que nous appelons le prosélytisme islamique, et nous

faisons tout pour limiter ce phénomène de prosélytisme islamique."


00:06:15

Imam Hassan AL ALAOUI, introduction shot, showing him arrive at Lille

Sequedin Prison.




00:06:35

Hassan AL ALAOUI
"La nécessité de la présence d'un aumônier pour barrer la route à ce

phénomène (de radicalisation dans les prisons), est une obligation. Parce que marier la haine à la radicalisation, c'est un vrai danger. Là où on trouve des aumôniers on ne trouve pas de radicaux."
ENGLISH the necessity of the presence of a chaplain to block this phenomenon (radicalisation in prisons) is an obligation. Because marrying hate and radicalisation is a real danger. Where you find chaplains, you don't find radicals.

00:07:06

Exterior of London Stepney Green College


00:07:14

Interior of students arriving in classroom for 'Footsteps' role-model

session with actor and musician Riz AHMED. These sessions are organised by the British Muslim Council.




00:07:42

Riz AHMED, actor and musician
"You may feel like an outsider to the establishment because of your

socio-economic background, your ethnic background, but actually this is a

priviledged position in a democracy where you can build a bridge, you can

offer fresh perspectives that maybe your peers may not be able to, actually

to cultivating, embracing your duality and insider/outsider status is really

fertile ground for success, for offering up new viewpoints and for

progression really."


00:08:18

DRABU:

"The idea is that Muslims should fulfill their potential in this country

in a positive manner so that they participate in politics, in all spheres of

life so that they can make the changes that they see are necessary to build

a better society."



00:08:41

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