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Another Way of Looking at Things

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Submitted by Bill P (United States), Jul 31, 2003 at 16:43

Well, here's another way to look at things: "What explains this increasingly worried attitude? Clearly, much of it follows on the on-going hysteria about terrorism, hate-filled statements and other problems falsely tied to Islam as a whole around the globe. But some of it also results from the problems concerning insinuations by some that militant Islam's control of the institutions of American Muslim life extends beyond a few special interest groups to include all Muslims, radical or not, fundamentalist or not." ...
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