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Spiritual Life

US Muslims called more assimilated

By Rich Barlow
October 14, 2006

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After the thwarted plot by a few British Muslims to blow up US-bound jets, which followed last year's more tragically successful bombing of the London subway, it's only a matter of time before a Muslim in the United States tries violence, right? Not necessarily, says Boston College political scientist Peter Skerry, who is writing a book about American Muslims. (Full article: 795 words)

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