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The Muslims Are Here and You Didn't Notice?

Reader comment on item: André Carson, Islamist Choice for the House of Representatives

Submitted by TL Winslow (United States), Oct 7, 2014 at 20:29

More Americans need to study the depth of penetration of the U.S. by Muslims and their global interconnections. Where can you do it? Answer: My free Modern Muslimscope, the biggest online database of Muslim personalities and organizations on the Net, and free except for your time. So make some and check it out:

http://tinyurl.com/modernmuslimscope

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