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US panel faults outreach to Muslims

Coordination of efforts urged

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / September 25, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- US efforts to win over the world's Muslims via news broadcasts, cultural exchanges, and other initiatives to explain American policies to skeptical audiences abroad are uncoordinated and underfunded, and risk sending contradictory messages about US intentions, according to a report by a bipartisan review panel appointed by President Bush. (Full Article: 908 Words)

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