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Radical Islam / Homegrown Hate / Britain #952765

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The radical Islamic group Revolution Muslim re-introduced. [Members Younes Abdullah MOHAMMED†, Yousef al-KHATTAB†- speak about their beliefs.]

(London: Nic Robertson) The angry radical Muslim minority in Britain featured; scenes shown of their protests calling for Muslim domination; details given about what has been happening across Europe. [Islam4UK Anjem CHOUDARY†- outlines the changes that will occur; states there will be a struggle before Shari'ah & it is about propagating Islam.] [Brussels federal police director Glen AUDENAERT†- comments on the links to Al Qaeda.] [Voice of Malika el-AROUND†- {thru translator} says she loves Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden††.] [Belgium state security director Alain WINANTS†- speaks about Around being a leading jihadist.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Peter Bergen) Radical Islam in the US & Europe compared & viewer questions about radical ideology in American mosques discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Robertson, Nic;
Bergen, Peter

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