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Ft. Hood, Texas / Shootings / Homegrown Hate #952417

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 06, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of the radical American group Revolution Muslim to the massacre at the Army base in Ft. Hood, Texas, by Dr. Nidal Hasan outlined.

(New York: Drew Griffin) The homegrown hate in New York City featured; scenes shown of Muslims at prayer & radicals preaching outside; details given about these radical beliefs about the US & Israel. [96th Street Mosque Imam Shamsi ALI†- says Islam is about peace.] [Revolution Muslim Younes Abdullah MOHAMMED†, Yousef al KHATTAB†- says we are commanded to terrorize; says he loves Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden†† & would like Israel wiped off the map; states President Obama is a scumbag.] The First Amendment protection of the speech by these guys at Revolution Muslim discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Peter Bergen) The position & message of groups like Revolution Muslim, the questions raised about Hasan & the scope of domestic terrorism discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew;
Bergen, Peter

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