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Islam and Terrorism as a whole

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Submitted by Darrell Freeman (United States), Aug 9, 2002 at 06:33

Is it my imagination or has it become more common to downplay the role of Islam as an issue? Initially the problems and attitudes of Islam was brought out clearly, yet now all commentary begins with a defense of Islam and the spin of making all of terrorism some form of minority attitude within Islam. What happened to all the polls that were done showing the opposite to be the case?

Darrell Freeman
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