MP3: Reflections of a Former Islamist Extremist (January 14, 2010) [encore]

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Reflections of a Former Islamist Extremist (January 14, 2010) [encore] MP3

As the news is once again full of resolve to strengthen intelligence and tighten airport security, we revisit Krista's 2007 interview with former Islamist extremist Ed Husain. In a fervor to deter terrorist acts, he says, the West is failing to understand the true long term threat -- a spreading mindset that has made him and others susceptible to radicalization in the first place. Source: onbeing.org

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