A BBC show dubbed by the media as “the Muslim Big Brother” is already under fire ahead of its airing on Monday night.

Muslims Like Us will feature ten Muslims with contrasting world views living in a house together as they endeavour to determine what it means to be a Muslim in modern Britain.

Counter extremism think tank The Henry Jackson Society has condemned the decision to include him in the show as “totally reprehensible”.

Deputy director Davis Lewin told Huffington Post UK: “It is totally reprehensible for the BBC to put someone who supports Islamic State on our screens in this context and deeply irresponsible to claim that this is a legitimate part of representing the diversity of British Muslims.”

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