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We Report, You Decide #903559

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 2006
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(Studio: Harris Faulkner) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Adam Housley) The Muslim-Americans who help the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department find potential terror threats in southern California profiled; details given on the Muslim-American Homeland Security Congress and the formation of a youth council for teenage Muslims; scenes shown of Islamic religious services. [“Chair” executive director Hassam AYLOUSH†, Sheriff Lee BACCA†- comment on the Muslim community’s patriotism.] [Muslim Public Affairs Council member Salam al-MARAYATI†- says they are vital for international security.]

Faulkner, Harris;
Housley, Adam

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