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Submitted by dp (United States), Jul 14, 2005 at 21:28

A recent series in the Wall Street Journal, a newspaper with great creditbility, presents a view somewhat, though
not entirely, at odds with Pipes' viewpoint. Europe, especially Germany and to a lesser extent, France, are hotbeds
of radical islamic activities, particularly the Muslim Brotherhood. Germany is where much of the planning for homicide bombing attacks takes place. It's where 911 planning started. I urge you to find and read this series that was published during the week of July 11, 2005.
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