A UK based Islamic organisation is launching a campaign aimed at dissuading vulnerable teenagers from travelling to Iraq or Syria to join ISIS.

Minhaj-ul Quran International (MQI) is due to launch the first Islamic 'counter-terrorism curriculum' on the 23 of June at Central Hall, Westminster.

The founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran, Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has prepared three separate curricula to dismantle the ISIS ideology using authentic Islamic sources.

Dr Qadri said, "In the Islamic legal system, ISIS or any other terror group have absolutely no authority or legitimacy for setting up an 'Islamic State'. It is an armed rebellion against the Muslim states and collective order. ISIS is an enemy of humanity".

"It's absolutely imperative that Imams, clerics and parents teach the counter-arguments as outlined in our curriculum to protect young Muslims from being brainwashed by their propaganda."

Spokesman of Minhaj-ul-Quran UK, Shahid Mursaleen said, "This is the first ever comprehensive counter-terrorism curriculum which dismantles ISIS and terrorist ideology and tackles it head on theologically. ISIS has absolutely no grounds to declare jihad or recruit young Muslims for jihad in an act against humanity."

"The curriculum has been endorsed by various Muslim organisations, Imams and clerics throughout UK and Europe who will teach and train young people at their schools and mosques."

"So far we have trained 50 young British Muslims in this new curriculum who are already tackling ISIS ideology online."