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Submitted by Adar. (United States), Feb 7, 2016 at 22:15

I have a better idea. We have tens of thousands of Arabic speaking Christians already living in the U.S. Persons from the Middle East who speak the language, know the people and culture, etc.

I would suspect placing one of these Christians asking a few questions of the jihadi and the villain would e unmasked in less than five minutes.

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I agree that non-Muslim coming from Muslim-majority countries would make interviewers. I disagree that they would see through the fakes with a few questions.

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